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 ������
MANAGER WELSH
STILL IN OFFICE
VANCOUVER OFFICIALS ADOPT
PACIFIC ATTITUDE ��� WELLS
GRAY SAID TO BE WILLING TO
REFEREE AGAIN.
Peace and    harmony    once   again
PROTEST AGAINST
FLYING AMERICAN FLAG
Winnipeggers    Take    Stand    Against
Star* and Strike Bunting Everywhere���To Curtail Display.
Winnipeg, June 8.���The corporation
authorities are up in arms against
the incessant flouting and floating of
the  Stars and  Stripes  in  thl
reign, in th. lacro.se cam^ Yeste,"! and ��"cl.ha." the eel* hi 22'
day afternoon President Nel. Nelson, and especially In iVw of ,h ��me'
��*��� "��� C:,L' A... presided at an in-'   proach of the coronation  ?L VL^
**. ���        . ,.        .   * m -��� ���v ***** ��h- , i"vh. ii  V1   mo coronal
formal meeting held in the We.tmin-I were today Issued to
..ter  club, and  there  conferred  with I owner, of theatres
representatives of the Salmon Bellies1 houses   In    Wlnnli
and the near champions, represented I prominence be given to
by  Con Jones and  "������"   ��---     "-   ' '--���-  --*   ���       B,,cu w
coronation, that orders
manager, and
..,.    .      and    v��u��ieville
Winnipeg,    that   greater
.      .       , --  Matt  Barr.    One' Jack, and YtatoS^whSre ant ?*��T
plea.lng feature of the round table  and specific men fon is n^.-.? Uln
wa. that the hatchet wa. burled for, America,  can the flag of X*h ^
ever between Fred J. Lynch on the' across tke border line be n��� ��a
firs  part and Con Jone. on the second      Audiences have Permitted
part, whereby ihey agreed separately | theatres   made   It
and collectively to be   friend,    and   tbey object to the
forget the Incident which at Queens  8am'. drapery on the7*anaviia., ���V~~ "
park on Empire Day might have been J Manager,  who  were S" SH*
the cause of much trouble, but which' night say tha? ttTtub^S v*0-
with  the .baking  hand, process    of: been   one  bftSghtletsne.^^rath"
Intent to ruffle the  finer    and
patriotic feeling of the audiences
Managers promise the
PREPARATION Of
CIVIC TAX NOTICES
8INGLE TAX SYSTEM WILL BE
FELT IN DEMAND NOTES THO
YEAR���WILL BE SENT
THIS MONTH.
OUT
The treasurer's office Is busy with
the tax notices for the cli
have to go out by the end
6.C.E.R. WILL HAVE
PUBLICI1Y SECTION
DEPARTMENT FOR ADVERTISING
AND PRES8W0RK ORGANIZED
WITH HEADQUARTERS IN VANCOUVER.
STRIKE SITUATION
REMAINS UNCHANGED
Newspaper I. Placed on Unfair Ll.t���
No  Disturbance* on  Streets���
Wilful Damage Ca...
in many of the
very plain that
waving of Uncle
The B. C. E. R. has decided, follow-
,  which I ing the line of other transportation
  ^^^^-of   tbe  companies, tp   establish
piesent month, in order to give thirty j department  of Its  own,
day.' notice. ',   quarters In Vancouver. __,,	
The roll made up by the asse.sr of the business of the company dement commissioner forms the basi�� mand. such a step, particularly-^ it
for the notices. Owing to the adop-j 1. the largest carrying company
tlon thl. year of the single tax sy* j operating solely within the province,
tem,  with an  Increased  rain nn  **>���**     Al "������
Vancouver, June 7.���There 1. nothing new in the strike   situation   in
Vancouver tonight.   The   civic
dilation committee seems
a publicity | raat,e *f0od progress, but
to
con-
have
with   head-
The growtn
SflSMIC TREMOR
ENDS REVOLUTION
MADER0'8 ENTRY INTO CAPITAL
IS MARRED BY DISASTROUS
EARTHQUAKE���OVER SO KILLED���SHOCK  FOUR  MINUTE8.
Mexico City, June- 8.���Mexico's capiat  was a city of sorrow yesterday.
While   hullttt****    ���
cannot.get   for while bullling,"andree?
****** m. * g�� ij��=jvs��a:
yesterday will be from now onwarJ | than
relegated to the past. ^^^^^^^^^^^
C. A. Welsh  Ha* Come Back.      ,     managers promise there will be no
Another pleasing feature yesterday   repetition of these flag-flying Incidents
afternoon was the official announce-1 In future,
ment  by  Manager C. A.  Welsh that
after due consideration  and at    tbe
urgent request of the player, on tho
champions' team, be would reconsider
his decision.    This news, which ha3|     Calcutta, June 7.���Despite the pro-
a strange manner of oozing out, was   hlbltlon of the "suttee," a Dassi  aged
quickly   spread  around   where   West-   22, has voluntarily burned herself to
minster fans congregate, and was re-; death fifteen minutes before her hus-
celved  with expressions of rejoicing.' band died.
This  season,  perhaps  more  than  in      On
the past, the presence    of a    strong
man ls required, and with Mr. Welsh
very   definite ^^ ^^^^���, ,���*���* ������* i��ieyarauoa
Master Builders' association except a I'or the great rejoicing at the advent
.   ,     .. .     ���       17 l:  . of the liberator, Signor Madero, the
declaration not to discriminate cMzena were mourning for those who
against union carpenter, wbo may died ln the chaos wrought by th*
have gone on strike. most disastrous   earthquake   expert-
Tbe Vancouver Province ha. been   enced in Mexico for twenty year*.
_  ���ccu ���uue( ana  tne Kraser I ,,,aced on  the  unfalr "���*��� ow,n* t01    The .hock, which occurred at half
improvements the  vaTley has to thank this company for ! '-omments, and alleged partiality    ta past four o'clock, wa. followed by aa
owners  of  residential   property   wiU  practically the only notice taken 0f. the employer.. explosion of gas at the armory bar-
flnd a considerable change in    their  It in the old country, other companies      J*o moh* were a��owed   to congre-   racks, which   added   horror
demand notes. I having confined themselves exclusive-! *ate ��* the "reels, as on  Monday, j scene.    Tbe oscillation.	
Men    who    have    pretty    gardens   ly to boost  Vancouver,  Victoria an.i I the P��"ce at onn" m""'"~	
spread  over  several   lots  are  likely the Interior valley.,
under the svstem  fr.  *���t*~- <-   -
to tbe
system  to suffer in
WOMAN   DIES   IN   FIRE
OF OWN FUNERAL PYRE
 ..,.-,   ,,, (um- " is me intention    to press    the
parlson with men owning little land, j work through advertising In publicv
bot who h .ve built expensive house* tlons, both here and abroad, and
thereon, while on the other hand thereby draw attention to the mar-
taxation of land itself may force con- vellous development of thl. province
struction and act aB a stimulus to A" information to the press about the
Improvements.                                         ! nlano <*f    >**	
*as taken up with *��?��fc ��$S�� 'the 'tT^'
Cholera  on  Saxonla.
Trlest,  Austria,  June
Plans of    the
through  this
company    is to pass
liam McKay. Tbe defendant was
charged wltb attempting to tear down
a fence on Columbia avenue." On his
own behalf McKay said that be had
not touched the fence with any view
to destroying lt.    He might at some
u ana opened Assure* la
rocked.
of
in the
capital were
hearing  from  the  doctor  that
��� ~,u..���u, auu wun Mr. we.sti   Xr n^Tj1 n0t llve' Sa'ballnl.
handling the reins of office, and be- nut ���nP|,I ,g ?ef0re the faml'y "ol.
ing to the fore, the champion, can ifl *��r ,1 ^ornaments and paint-
rest assured that executive matters her teet w,,\Ta Vth verm!1I��on and
will be carried out ln workman like old-time T,lu* ** !n accordance with
fashion. I hv h'��?e, """eecuBtom.   She then sat
Well. Gray to  Referee. " K^t fn 2     J?d 8,feet wI<h a religious
Despite  the  fact  that   Wells  Cray   aXUfrwird ^^2 / ?nd 1 few minute*
mieiwara she set herself on fire Bp-
fore anyone could reach her she drop-
red dead. Her remains were
mated the same evening with
of her husband.
 Gray
bail given it cut authoritively that ho
through with the refereelng
titles so far as tbe league engage-
its of the Westminster and Van-
aver teams were concerned, it is
��bable that on Saturday, this popu-
whistle holder will be seen in'
on at Recreation park, Vancouver,;
in In charge of tbe field of play,
ftlie result of a strong invitation
the players of the Terminal
club who wished for the return
Jray, the latter asked for time to
alder the whole matter.   It is felt
MOURNFUL OFFICES j SAPPERTON ROTS MEET
ARE READ OVER VICTIM; REGINAS TONIGHT
coWareh��UE*MU the central station
department,  and' ther^' ��- haveTeened a^al'ITu'UTe I L^"���*^*^TCSfi
ort m��ri�� ,��� .*...,. .a. * w, ...u    . whenlnt Wreeked' but none of the owe?
too*   wa�� reserved. nience I ��� The heaviest shock occurred    lust
Alex McDonald, charged with    ob.'JSu?   dajlleht-   Wires   were   pro*
hnif "If" off'cer ,n connect whh  iSj and tbe cl* "^""e SntS
the troubles on the street on Monday  of the Hr,m'B8lon-   In ** confueta.
was remanded until FridA^ i ?r the darkness of "
hours the
7-Th��  r   '71 bC 8? eff0rt"Wd��"to "chwkTe1 ��aa'�� *^1*F��? �� il
nere today from New York, Is In the
******** SaSBA'.��� '.ST.?,,.1*, **>
until  Friday.
KOREA  REFLOATED
WITHOUT ASSISTANCE
cre-
those
Grandson of Grand Old Man.
Vancouver, June S.���W. G. C. Gladstone, grandson of W. E. Gladstone,
four times premier of Great Britain,
who succeeded his distinguished
grandfather at Hawarden Castle,
Flintshire, is a visitor ln Vancouver.
Ile declines to be interviewed, or to
state    his    future
Mrs. Jobes Buried Yesterday���Report*   Great  Struggle   Promised  at  Queen*
of Fugitive Lead to Fruitless Clue     '       Park���Changes in Line-up from
���Armed with  Revolver. I Previous Game.
Lacrosse
oc    played
of a
this
high   standard   will
evening  when    at
Queens park the first engagement of
ancirentlv1      l ne death  to11  ,s  now  sixty-thre*
sustained no damage from   the acci- ���lei' ,anf "��*&" lnJ"red'    T.t&
dent and will sail on schedule time, shock lasted in all   our minutes, the-
'"" wnraT   Vie*********   *��� *���
She is    evnppt^H    *^ *--*���-
__ the actual alMher.oa.Aha   um^* , i^amt^'* wll��L   ,ntenU��ns.    Mr
���ot  be fer Ae good of the national
game were Grey to retire at tlile time
when a referee wltb a strong hold on
the   respective play.  U   so  urgently
needed.    Those who asked that Gray
make a  return  to the scene    regret
that persons on tbe Vancouver press
have gone out of the way to call Gray
down,  and  the  brlnger. of tbe  message   hoped   thut   tbe    word     "final"
woud   be   written  to  the    scenes    of
some sectiona ot the public last Saturday. |
Meanwhile   It   Is   said   Barlow  Galbralth  would take the whistle at  Recreation   park  on    Saturday,    failing
Gray's appearance.                                  i
Vancouver'* Team for Saturday.
At a late hour last night the Dally
News   was  officially    informed    that
tho team to oppose the champions In
_^���^���^*~ *m*��* ie VI.-
count Gladstone, governor-general *t
the Union of Soutb  Africa.
MONTREAL   DISPENSARY
TO COMBAT TUBERCUL08IS
Friends from Vancouver attended
at the undertaking parlors of Murchie
& Son on Sixth stieet yesterday ai-
ternoon when the mortal remains of     	
Mrs. Sarah  Ann Jobes,  who was so  ers of the championship) and the Re
cruelly done to death last Saturday,   ginas will be played.   While it has tc   .    .    thouen,  Bhe  mereIy  8truck on,
were removed to the Oddfellows' ce-   be confessed that tbe former are not I   'l!     3 Bne  merely  8truc* on
metery, and  there committed  to the ' up to the form of playing that gama | ���   ' 1
Hl^k ,_ ,4*. t With.   Whifh   ����.��.!�� "
u;���  ���-  ������ --
tbe early morning
terrified populace���men,
women and children���rushed frantically into the streets.
Shortly after the flrst and most
. severe shock, a rumor that insurreo-
v*tr*-mm*,* T..*m - ti.. d it*, tos, displeased with Madero's leader-
Yokohama,   June    i.���The   Paciflc i..' ������J ���._,,. ��� ,_.. rv,  ._.   .
������n n.,���- tr.... n...,i. i nr ship and plotting against him, had at-
%?, Ul wpni Zi'*&. L^l tacked the city and blown up the
ham" Lday Al the passengers^ Powder ma^z,ne at the barrack*
bSTSSb and 'niTeZlcTel "that -aa ff��r **^ *������*+
the vessel will be refloatd this after- "���� �� ^ffiSLT^?.n^S
noon at high tide. | ;*v.er^.��,nutes- soon J"" a" ""d
The Korea floated at noon without I th's at0,ry'th
assistance.    The    vessel    apparent!^        '"' uea
tu
the season between Sappe"rIon"7hoM- \ ^andsco6 Tunt - ^^^'* "itt>��   W��''8t ^ dUr,ng **** "S*
_  23, her regular date. I
The accident occurred as the Korea
ma   ran*..*. ~ ���**���       *
������- ��...,,.,. as tne Korea   PREMIER WHO DISMISSED
V haa tn i was enuring the harbor of Yokohama\ BOULANGER II
r are not   U U bought .be  merely  struck ����. i
Harry  and  William, tbe two  wn.
wbo have been deprived ot their
thai-   *i*m*  a*���   -' ���   -
 m-mv.aaaris oi meir mo-, night   the
ther were the chief mourner*.    Many ; with a
beautiful wreaths have been forward.}.
ed by those ��������-"*-��� ���*���
.. r..jui6 mm gam 3 i
with which tbeir nutue la. aaaoclr.teU, J
tbere  are  manv  who *******   .....
S DEADr
are  many  who hold  that* t**\
will    show
formation,
thatl
the/'
CITV AND B. C.
be
cure
Montrea, J une 7.-Montreal   ,s   J3^X*&\!g^
the scene of a sclentiflrallv ��,,,,i^   the Sck.iok^ ,���...*.,". yj��Prie}ot
Sappers _^	
B      Of
<��� un- scene of a scientifically equip"- the Sckaake machine shop, where the
ed dispenseary in which the new ! fat,ler and s"03 h'*<* worked sin���
������    t~.    *������' ���--��     ^^^^ England a little
for
tuberculosis which has
wrought marvels throughout Europe,
will be tried bere as a means of com- *---     -��� ���
bating  ffie   while  plaKiie.    Dr.   Roger | ben*   Presbyterian
since
over
Doyen, son of the eminent Prof  Dov-'
en  of  the  Institute  Doyen  of  Pari, '
SS-JST1!!?. '"   Montreal,    and    w! .'!
coming from
twelve months ago. ^_^B^B^n^e^H
The Hev. M. G. Melvln, of St. Step-
ns   Preahvtort**   church,   officiated
Chambers will be out ot the twelve
tonight, and this is certain to tell
against the visitors. Harry McKenzie,
Who   has   heen     r.t,ra*���     *���     *-���-
centre, is
i �� Pf"'.18*   June   7 ���8enator
*. n. MATTERS.  V��e4 .uAAenly here today
��"-*-�����     ��*   Ronvier waa born
Maurice
 ^^^  tell
^^^^^ ���uors. Harry """*__
ho has been    chosen    to    play    at
an    uncertain    starter.    If
deputations can have any sway
will  don   tbe  uniform  tonight,
thus do his best to win out.
A number of the    Reginas
Mas
and
regret
1
himself
���.     will
make the preliminary arrangements for experfments in the
cure by which his father has to a
great extent revolutionized the treatment of tuberculosis In the older
the third match of the League cham-, world,    be Intention is that the   new
dispensary will be free and the discovery ls the completion of what Uro-
*      Metschlkoff     ancl     Professor
ing hearse.
pionship   at   Vancouver   on   Saturday
next would be as under:
Clarke, goal; Griffiths, point; Pickering, cover-point; Ions, Godfrey and
Matheson, defence fleld; West, centre; Fitzgerald, Carter and Lalondr-,
home field; Adamson, outside; Arieii,
inside.
BATTLESHIP MAINE
NOW  PARTLY VISIBLE
Havana, June 7.���The work of
pumping the water out of the cofferdam, which was built around the
wreck of the battleship Maine, was
resumed this morning. The greater!
part of the afterdeck is now clearly |
visible, showing the confused masses
of wreckage covered with marine
growths. The forward part of the
ship on which the greatest force of
the explosion was exerted Is still Bub-,
merged. It ls the intention of the
army engineers to proceed slowly
with the pumping until 5 o'clock this
afternoon nud then suspend opera-
tlons until the arrival of the board
of  the  American   army  officers   to-
��� .��� wait-
and the three mourning
coaches followed at a slow pace fo
the burial grounds at Sapperton.
where the committal sentences were
offered.
Wild   rumors   were  abroad   yesterday evening that the dead  body    of
   ���_v UJU.   Henry Jobes had been found at Tlp-
fessor Metschlkoff and" Professor ! perary, but enquiry proved that there
Koch had previously discovered. The was no truth in the stories whicli
name given to the discovery is Mvcol-1 lla(l ,,een Eent broadcast. |
isine. which to the student reveals I The i;iea that the murderer bad
that the fluid is a composition of or- committed suicide, which by somo
gahlc arsenic of colloidal and of a na-1 wa8 held to account for the sudden
^^f*'  ^^^^^ disappearance of tlie  man,  has been
discredited by the authorities, as they
know that when Jobes absconded last
Saturday he    was supplied    with
at the services at the parlors, and al   that Charlie Smith will not be on the
the  conclusion  of  this   sorrowful  of-   field  "���������'--l-i
ficc the coffin was taken to the
 v.    .'v     ar*.    III*
tonight, but those who are following the fortunes of tbe city club
desire to pity more than scold Smith
for the stand he has taken since the
match     with     the    West     End.
Including Estimate*.
Yesterday was a busy one tor
aldermen  ot the Royal  City,
in the afternoon representatives from
the B. C. E. R. met the member, of
the  water  committee   and  discussed
at some length many points    which
have cropped up from time to time
regarding power its outlying districts.
At   the   conclusion   of   this   the   full
council   was  interviewed   by  the  ���
Alx   la
 ....       mm. aj ***
i an enemy ot the Empire ot Napoleon
the- IU.    He  wa.  elected  a member  fit
Early   the national assembly ln 1871, and in
*        1881 he was  appointed minister    of
commerce  in  tbe  Gambetta cabinet.
In 1887 be  became premier,    taking
also the   i ortfolio  of    finance.    Hie
ministry lasted only six months, but
it was notable for the removal    of
General Boulanger from the office of
minister    of     war.     Boulan��n��r     was
tural ferment. In coming to Montreal, Dr. Doyen, Jr., intends to start
a dispensary as quickly as possible
i after which he will leave for France.
FAMINE THREATENS
NORTHERN TOWN
least $.10 and until this runs out
at-
and
, the ranks        _
grand  game as  of old.    ^.  vuuu
who takes Smith's place at flrst home,
is  thought  by  many  to  be a player
with  a  big  future,  and  his methods
will  be closely  watched tonight.
Honorary  President  M.  J.  Phillips
has gladdened  the hearts of the Ko-1
glass   by  his  generous  donation    of j
sweaters for the complete team, and '
when   the  boys  leave  their  dressing
room at  the  park  tonight  they  wiil
make a decided splash in their   new
rigout.
The match is scheduled    to    start
      ...     war.     Boulanger     wa.
gineer and Interurban"Manager"Allan ! tb*\*tbe ,he,isht ��f his l��Pute^r
Purvis and at this conference permls- 8nd "- Rouviers action was regarded
sion was granted by %i aldermen to as ��� courageous one. M. Rouv.er
tbe B. C. E. R. to proceed with the *?* ^rt^A^ P�� ,���>�� f���
"9 laying of lines fn the city and also 18h9^ ****3* /ro��� 1902 UDt"
He i the construction of the Fraser M"' w
track.     This   work   win   be  begun
=*�� araSsSs ara��=:��53���� a=Sj* **���- ���.
.   ���   .**   ...        . *"**}   tllO ,   (|le
1889.
1906,
... ..���*.*   *.ra*.as   premier.
_.   He resigned from that office in Bfareb,
mn��    r**   ...*���  J.-*---    -
_ .m   .*    ...... *iU.
��� 1 me   earliest   possible   moment,"    and   I906',���� be,Bg defeatea ta **>*. cham-
,l!*!f ��' I 8ho"ld  be ln  running order by four   '"" "
*"���*    "   "    weeks time as the material is on hand
.mA     .m^m**********^**
ber ot deputies    on
over church disorders.
a   minor debate
and the staffs here are working at a/ . .,.���,.. B�������� r**t**a.
high pressure with a view to having       ���,        *nother p��n" Colony.
the additional cars in readiness when'   , Toro"'0' :June  8 ~TJe  experiment
the order is given that everything Is   �� establishing a penal farm co.'ony in
in   readiness ' Ontario having been so successful, a
STEAMER CORWIN ATTEMPTS TO
LAND AT NOME���ICE FLOES
RENDER APPROACH IMPOSSIBLE���PEOPLE   WANT  FOOD.
he is cornered for the necessities of promptly at 0:.'iO, and following is the
life, they anticipate he will not make make up of both combinations which
any attempt on his own life. j will fight for the honors: i
As only three shots were fired and      Sapperton���R.   Coulson,
tbe revolver not having yet been dls-  ""'
covered,  it  is  possible    that    lie    Is
maintaining a tight hold on the weapon so that when he is pressed, some
chance of defence may be available.
The council adjourned for dinner
and resumed the sitting In private
when the estimates were taken In
hand by the chairmen of the respective committees. an<J the results .-J a
protracted sitting wTi be'dity???*! at
the regular meeting o' the council
on Monday evening next.
second  prison  farm  has  been  adder!
at Port Arthur. There are thirtjr-
elght prisoners encamped there, who
will be put to work build/np
colonization   roads.
LOSS OF THE IROQUOIS.
morrow,  after  which
proceed rapidly.
the  work   will
Nome, Alaska, June 8���The steamer
Corwin, which left Seattle for Nome
on May  10 with  104  passengers, ar
Trial for Manslaughter Follows Finding at Other Inquiries.
Victoria, June 8.���Yesterday at
the assize Captain Se.ars was put on
his trial for manslaughter, arising
out of the wreck of the Iroquois, off
.     .... �����....��� .ur ����e{ Mar-V  te'intl-    on    April    10,    when
President May Come West. I on May  10  with  104 passengers, ar- ��� 8ev'eral   lives   were  lost.     From   the
Washington, June 7���Gov. Hay, of rived oft the roadstead at three o'clock '��� evidence tendered at the inquest and
Washington, today was informed that on Tuesday afternoon and is bucking preliminary hearing the provincial
_...,,- **.���,*.-* m,...   the ice floes in an effort to reach tho attorney-general ordered an indict-
solid ice and make a landing. The ment t0 be flIed-
revenue cutter Bear is standing by | Counsel for Sears denies negligence
the Corwin and is aiding her in or criminal carelessness, maintaining
lighting the ice. The shore ice 1. th* caPtaln w��s not to blame for the
solid seven to ten miles <mt. Il08s of the steamer.
while President Taft at this time
does not contemplate a visit to the
Pacific coast, he will give careful
consideration to an invitation to
visit that state when the schedule of
his September trip is taken up.
    goal;   W.
Patchell. point; Wilson Patchell,
cover point; W. Follis, J. Mills, A. I
Carroll, defence field: H. McKenzie,'
centre; F. Hume, W. Sclater, H. ���
Coutts. home fleld; H. Sclater, out-!
side home; B. Johnson, inside home, |
j Spares, R. Follis, R. Sain?, E. Nelson,
I J. See and R. Cormier. I
Regina���W. Keary, goal; R. Pearson, point; E. Cotton, cover ponit; T.
Fenton, H. Turnbull, E. Salt, defence
fleld; W. Weaver, centre; Jack Gifford, W. Kenny, L. Johnston, home
field; E. McKenzie, outside home; J.
Johns, Inside home. Spare, W. Turn-
bull. ^MHWWJ
The referee will not be selected
until this afternoon.
EXTENSIVE SWINDLE
TAKES IN HUNDREDS
ROOSEVELT NOT PLEDGED
TO SUPPORT PRESIDENT
any
Suicide of Bartender.
Vancouver,   June 8.���A   bartender , t ^^^^^^
named Wallace committed saicide bv Informed that the United States gov
..n.tl.w.    hi-    .1 . ... y*      a    a?    uj .-.*....    ���,������    _i .    _.  T   .
��� ������������������������������������������������
��� ���
4 Nova Scotia Elections. +
��� Halifax,    June    8���Straight ���
��� tickets were nominated yester- ���
��� day for the provincial elections ���
��� In all the   eighteen    counties. ���
��� No acclamations were allowed ���
��� by   the  opposition,   this  show- ���
��� lng bow keen the contest will ���
��� be.    The poll Is next Wednes- ���
��� day. ���
It Is feared that even should    th3 J
Corwin succeed In reaching the shore j
ice today the crust will be found too !
unstable to  support a  landing party
and the unloading of the steamship
may be delayed several days.
She is the flrst boat tbis season in
the Retiring sea, and ls loaded with
fresh fruit, vegetables, eggs and
other supplies for the inhabitants,
who are threatened with famine.
Provisions    are    scarce,    and    the
cutting his  throat  with  a  razor
his room in a downtown hotel.
in
King George May Travel to India
Through British  Columbia
Washington, June 7.���It was positively stated upon the highest, authority today that Theodore Roosevelt did not pledge his support to
President Taft at Baltimore yesterday, for his re-nomination for the
presidency in 1013. It is asserted
most positively that Roosevelt and
Taft did not discuss politics in
form at Baltimore yesterday.
Roosevelt's friends have long beer*
acquainted with the colonel's determination to support the Republican
nominee next year, but they declare
tbat Roosevelt has not promised to>
support Taft for re-nomination.
It was officially denied that Secre-
Seattle, June 8-As the result of in-' *��, "^ *a,Iy Ifflth*i!!��2*&
vesications Into the  workines of an   from   RooBCvelt   definite   assurances
Taft for re-nomination claim that the*
flght will occur on the floor of the-
convention, but they do not expect
that Roosevelt would support a third:
party candidate under any cfrcunr-
stances.
ELABORATE FRAUD LEADS VICTIMS TO TURN OVER MONEY
TO GANG OF SHARPERS ���
THOUSANDS   CHANGE   HANDS.
Toronto,   June   8.���Semi-official   in
formation was received from London,
England, late last evening that IMng
restaurants are closing, being unablo I George's advisers had mapped out e
��� ���   to get supplies until the Cor-.vln cau   plan    whereby    his    majesty,    wiih
��� ���������������������������������������������' effect a landing. Queen Mary, will, when en route to
the Durbar at Delhi, come by way
of the Dominion, and after a sightseeing trip through the principal
Canadian cities, will join a steamer at
Vancouver   and   proceed   from   that  ���,--���
western  rort  to tlie crowning    cere-1 to J1000 In the expectation of receiv
monies in India. ' ine douhle thnt i����m>i
ernment was short of money, and ln
order to avert a panic, the treasury
was quietly floating an immense issue of National bank notes.
A coterie of New York financiers
had undertaken to underwrite the
issue, which offered the victims a
basis of 50 per cent.
It was also said that one of tbe
moves adopted by the gang which
had been engineering the fakes was
to exhibit genuine $5 notes which
were supposed to be but the first of
tbe Immense Issue to be made by the
government. Several depositors wero
victimized to the extent of from |500
..    *. r\t\r*   .���    ..   -
���  ���������������������������������������������
Remarkable   Immigration. *>
The    rush    of    immigrants ���-
through Quebec and Montreal ���
during  May  was  unprecedent- ���
ed, numbering close upon 34,- ���
000.   All these crossed the At- ���
lantic, and do not Include over- ������
land passengers. *���
Ing double that amount.
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���������������
; NEWS.
THUR8DAY, JUNE 8, 1911.
Wants
REID. CURTIS * DORGAN
706 Columbia Street.
DUBLIC   STREET  LOT,  upper side,
^  east of Tenth street; nearly ready
WANTED-BOARD     AND     ROOM,',    for huilding;   $750-   one-third ca.h.
close ln, by a young business man. j
Apply  P. O. Box 504, city. t EDINBURG    8TREET,    near   Tenth
��� ���'    street, two lots at $700 each; one-
WANTED ��� BY     YOUNG     LADY.j    third cash.	
board and room In central location. ���_���_��� .,_   i
Apply to Box X., Dally News. I TWELFTH  STREET, corner  on  the
Vl '  I    car line, 132x158;  $3600;  one-third
cash.
"AT IT HERE SIIKZ 1*0?
WASTED-PLASTERING    BY   THE
day or contract, repairing neatly i DUBLIN 8TREET, two lots <%\ UPP��-
done- reasonable prices; all work; 8lde; gtumpB blown and partially
suaranteed. Apply J. Dally News cieared; each $800; one-third cash,
*fllce |    balance 6, 12 and 18~months,
WANTED    -    B00^^!*'* 51 TENTH  AVENUE,  lot east of  Elgh
open to engagement to keep. yjl    teenth Btreet
of trademan's books In spare ume.  ________!___���
Modern charges.   Address C. Daily w ^   Twentieth    .treet,   very
News ofllce, . close to out   oft   Une,   with   unob-
Twwnfr ��� AUTOMOBILE TYRES | gtructed view of river, being all
i����minn the Yale road on Sunday, i cieared and developed in front,
found on we !����� u_ ���r���vm��l    r��_,�����    foot lot;    $700;    one-third
IOUUU   UU   vuv	
Finder may have same by proving
property and paying expenses. Ap-
niv    Thompson's   stables,   Eighth
ply    Thompson
���treet
WAITRES8    WANTED    AT
Apply Premier hotel.
ONCE.
60x120
cash.
HIGHLY developed fruit ranch at
Mission, bearing large crops of the
most marketable fruits, to trade for
       city property.
WANTED  KNOWN-MILLER'S   EMI	
oloyment    office,    No.    8    Begbie ACREAGE of all kind. In Surrey and
Street, supplies men for^MMgo.   Langiey.
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia Street.
Jobs in this vicinity.   Phone 624.
WANTED���TO PURCHASE AGREE-
ments of sale on New Westminster
property. Must be gilt edge. T. H.
McCormick, real estate and financial
agent, 613 Columbia Btreet, New
Westminster, B. C.
a
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply C. H. DeBeck
135 Columbia street, Sapperton.
WANTED ��� BY A GENTLEMAN,
board and room; close in. Apply R.,
this office.
OCR SHINGLES ARE A LITTLE
better than is necessary. You can
lay them cheaper.    They ���'���   ���
lay mem vu��f*v���
better roof.    Westminster Mill Co.,
Ltd.    Call  SG0.    Box 1003.    If yoa
prefer, order them with your lum-
FOR SALE.
KITCHEN
RANGE
FOR    SALE ��� ....	
two heaters, dining room furniture,
sideboard, bedroom set, pai lor furniture, etc. Apply 204 Agnes street.
House to rent.
IN
FOR SALE���140 ACRE FARM
Langley, 35 acres cleared. The
balance easy cleared, choice land.
Small house, good burn and outbuildings; close to school. Price
$60.00 per acre; terms. Owner, 1301
Nanaimo street, New Westminster.
FOR SALE���I HAVE SEVERAL
five and ten acre blocks in Langley,
on li. C. tram. Suitable for chicken
nnd small fruit farms. I'.-��e reasonable. Owner, 1801 Nanaimo
street. New Westmlnstei-.
Cluff & Morrison
A SNAP���66x149 feet on Seventh avenue. West End; flne building site.
$1000.
FOR 8ALE���Seven room house, beautifully finished, flre place, 50 ft. lot,
In West End, $4200.
FOR SALE���Three cleared lots on
Cameron street, facing river, one
minute from car, $850 each.
FOR SALE���On Buntzen Heights,
Just outside city limits, in West
End, twenty 50-foot lots; easily
cleared; only few yards from B. C.
Electrical Railway cut-oft" to Vancouver; grand view of the river;
finest residential sites in B, C,
$650 each, easy terms.
FOR SALE���Corner lot, 132x70 feet,
On Twelfth street car line, close in,
cleared, $2000.
Cluff & Morrison
Corner Twelfth  St.  and    Fifth   Ave.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL    ��14,400.000.00
RESERVE       .12,000,000.00
Branches throughout    Canada    rnd
Newfoundland,  anu   ln   I/ondon,  Eng
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FINrtflGlrtL business in
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AGREEMENTS FOR MLE"
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OTHERS WE Wlli- BE SURE
TO PLEASE YOU..
MISSOURI fIRST
~ WITH GIRL SCOUTS
SECURE MORE BUFFALO
FROM FUTBUD RESERVE
TWO    TEACHER8   AT   THE    NOR
MAL   SCHOOL   PLANNED   THE
ORGANIZATION     AND     NAMED
IT  PIONEER  CLUB.
Warrensburg, Mo., June 7.���War-
rensburg has the first company of
girl scouts organized in the United
States.   They are known as the Pio-
Bring Carload of Bison   and Elk   for
Wainwright Park���Cost of Rounding Up Animals.
rounding up the animals.
Charles Alland, who will now engage ln the rounding up of the remnant of the herd, is a son of the Alland who was at one time part owner of the herd with Pablo.
Edmonton, June 7.���More buffalo
may yet be brought to Canada from
the Flathead Indian reserve of Montana. A. Ayotte, Canadian government immigration agent in the state
bordering Alberta, who arrived in
Strathcona Monday with a carload of
elk and buffalo destined for the Wain-
| Wright park, says still another effort
Fight for Free Trade.
Montreal, June 7.���A Conservative
local member for one of tbe counties
surrounding Montreal, is authority
for the statement that a fund of $2,-
000,000 will be available to defeat
reciprocity, and that this Immense
amount could be gathered together
within two weeks.
CIRCUS PROMISES
 I        HUGE ATTRACTION
neer Girls ani the idea of the organi-| wright park, says still another effort
zation was conceived and carried out   is to be made to round up the two
by Miss Eva Packard and Miss Beu-  Bcore odd fugitive bison remaining of'       '  ��� ,   _   . ���,.
lah   Drunner,  two   of   the   training   the big Pablo herd, and   that within, Man*   Nov��'   F����t"r����   When   Sells
school teachers at the State  Normal   two or three, weeks there may be a
Floto Reaches Here Tuesday���
Reduced Rates Rule.
On Tuesday next the great   Sells-
hv.Rpiii.lri
321 Cambie Street,
 *'  mr>til"U V      \|\K      .XewiUUIilllllllU,    UUU     ill    iaiuuuji,     CU6
FOR BALE���NEW ^' '���',., ,: hand, New York, Ch'cago and Spokane,
roomed house on rhlrd avenue ^ I 0 SJV _ aDd Mexico city. A general
tween Sixth and bevcnth sui u��� banklIlg business transacted. Let
$1000  below  markel   va ue.     *'1"> I terB ot Credlt issued,   available    wltt
j Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Kennedy
Huilding.
Bros.,    Merchant    H:>nk
all    parts of
ltt
the
FOR  SALE���LOTS, $80 TO  $100,
Edson,  Alta., the    first    divisional
point west of Edmonton on the G. I t.
T.  P.    $10 down,  $G  a months nop
interest, no taxes, fiee deed in casa1
of  death.    Call  at    TOG    ColumM.i
street.
*"OR  SALE���WE    ARE    COMPLET-
ing a number of substantial five
and seven room houses at Buena
Vista, D. L. 13. A few minutes walk
from tbe new Uurnaby tram, 5 cents
carfare. Will sell on small cash
payment, balance like rent, or exchange for Burnaby acreage fairly
-valued. Leibly & Blumer Realty
���Co., 1108 Dominion Trust Bldg.,
Vancouver. Telephone 83(15. Open
till 9 p. m.
correspondents In
world.
IN |    Savings Bank Dapsrtment���Deposits
received  In  sums of  $1  and upward,
Uld interest allowel at 3 per cent, per
innum   (piesent  rate).
Total   Assets  over  $186,000,000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
Q. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
Manufactured by
i. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
Telephone  R  113. Office:   Princess St
TO RKNT ��� TWO FURNISHED
housekeeping rooms; also two nice
furnished front bedrooms. Beautiful location. Phone in house. Apply
.'17  Agnes stieet.
TO RENT���FURNISHED COTTAGE,
six rooms, with large garden In
fruit; on car line; to rent for the
summer months. Apply White,
Sillies & Co.
Telephone 617.     20 Years Experience.
H. E. Waterman
EXPERT  PIANOFORTE  TUNER
From John Broadwood & Sons. London, and Stelnway & Son, London.
New  Pianos  Selected  for Customers.
544 Burrard St.
Vancouver, B. C.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
FOR RENT��� GOOD OFFICE IN THK
.Market block; cheap rental. Apply
Went Dept., Dominion Trust Co,
Ud.
TO     RENT���NICELY     FURNISHED
rooms, beautiful location, furnace
heated, furniture all new. Tele
pbone iu house. Apply 37 Agnes
street.
TO RENT ���FURNISHED BOOMS
'for light housekeeping. Apply to A.
ll. Ferguson, Pythian Hall Building.
FOU RENT���GOOD BOARD AND
room; convenient location, it Columbia  street.
Phone 699.
p. O. Box 501.
Snider & Brethour
General Contractors
'Westminster T'ust  Building.
UNITED  BROTHERHOOD
OF CARPENTERS
Meet every Monday in Labor hall,
��.  p:tn.
V. H. Johnson, business asent office. Blair's Cigar store. Office phone
Ea 50S, Residence phone 501.
'fflce 'Phons 115.      Barn 'Phons 11?
Begbie Street.
Baggage   delivered   promptly    ia
any part of the cHj.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
SEE McELROY
for sewer connections
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Markel
v        BOWELL & ODDY
Corner  Eighth St. and  Fifth Avenue.
PHONE 370.
school. considerable 'shipment ni-.de to Wain-
Early this year a patrol of the Boy   wright.
Scouts was organized at the Normal:    Michael Pablo has been compelled1
school,  and  shortly  afterwards  Miss   to abandon the hunt for goo.l and all.
Packard and Miss Brunner organized   For the last two weeks be has  been
the  Pioneer Girls   along   tha   same   laid up in his home an Iflvalld,   hi*
lines.    The organization  was   some-   legs paralyzed from excessive riding.: Flt>t0 c,rcu�� >* WPw to reach   this
thing of an experiment, .but   it   has   But tbe chase. Is to be taken up now j city  and  they  promise  to outdo   in
grown beyond the experimental stage   by Charles Alland, the daring rWer, every  way  the performances   whldh
now and has become an established   who made the famous big drive   of  they have given heretofore,
institution. I two years ago. when nearly 200 nead ���     Already  tbe city and  country  has
To Develop Interest in Out-of-Doors. ' ���r buffalo were rounded up. This been billed liberally and a glance at
The aim of Pioneer Girls is to de- drive was made after the animals had the attractions offered will prove
velop in the girls a keener love of out- escaped by a cut bank from a corral positively that when the proprietors
door sports and games, and a truer in which Pablo had enclosed them at of this big western circus announce
and  more appreciative  knowledge of   the end of a Qonth's chase. that tbey have enlarged their show In
nature. The organization's motto ls Alland has the best horses in the every way. there Is a good deal of
"Cheerfulness, Friendship and state of Montana for the chase, and foundation for the statement.
Honor." The girls are divided Into If by nny i osslblllty more of the anl- The Sells-Floto circus ls an indep-
groups which are known as patrols, mals can be captured, he is the mun endent organization operating entire-
Each patrol is under the direction of to get tbem. He will have a corps ly outside the combination generally
one girl or patrol leader known as a of experienced round-up men work- known as the circus trust. For many
captain, and nn assltstant called lieu- lng with him. Pablo has promised years tbey bad a strenuous flght on
tenant. Each patrol selects a flower him half the value of all the buffalo their hands ln order that they might
from  which  it takes   its   name   and   he captures. exist, but last season they lnaugurat-
whose colors become the colors or The attempt made by the Indians ed a policy of cutting the regular ad-
badge of the division. of the Flathead reserve to round up mission price in half and if reports
Initiation Ceremony. | the buffalo proved a dismal failure, of their tour go for anything the de-
The Interesting and essential part The tribe made boasts that beTore the parture has met with unqualified suc-
of ths Pioneer club is the initiation passing of a moon they could capture cess and approval everywhere,
of its members. There are two ranks every buffalo on the range. Pablo I This season they come back with a
attainable by the fulfillment of cer- gave them a chance to try their ski I. circus almost twice as large as that
tain requirements. For the flrst de- but the whole tribe of several hun- of former years. Their represents-
gree all candidates are expected to dred Indians set out to hunt them In a tive who Is in the city, asserts that
know the laws, secret signs and sal- body, whooping and yelling as If on j those who view the magnificent par-
utes of the club, and must know the the warpath. The result was that the' ade which will be given at 10:30 on
history of and the way to fly the flag, buffalo were so badly scared that tho the morning of the performance, will
Rank in the Becond degree Is attainel pursuers could not get within miles be fully convinced as to any state-
by passing an examination for which of them. j ments made ln that connection. The
each girl must know the life history Most of the bulls of the herd have price of admission will be the same
of ten birds, how to recognize aud been killed off In the hunt of last win-! as last season. 25 cents,1s the stand-
name ten trees, ten wayside plants; ter. Of the eight animals which ard chnrge and the big tent this year
how to prepare and pack a lunch for came through last night for Wain- will seat 10,000 people,
a day in the woods; how to build a wright, Blx were females and two I As the Sells-Floto people have al-
campflre; name the sixteen points of males. -\ I ways born an enviable reputation fo>-
the compass; know how to give ele- Pablo has been paid about $150,-' keeping faith with their publlc, there
raentary first aid to an injured com- 000 for hls herd of 720 buffalo by the Is no reason to doubt but that their
panlon. And each girl must be able Canadian government. About half engagement here will be an unquali-
to start a savings fund of twenty-five this sum he has had to expend in fled success,
cents.
Gave a Minister an Idea.
At nearly the same time that the
Warrensburg Pioneer Girls' club was
formed plans for another organization of the same type were drawn up
by the Rev. DavltT W. Fery at Spokane, Wash. A number of the rules
and regulations of the Warrensburg
organization have been adopted by
the Spokane club, \yhich is known as
the Girl Guides of America, and the
alms and character of which are very
similar to the Pioneer Girls' club.
Both societies resemble the English
Girl Guides, which Is a sister organization to the Boy Scouts.
The two American associations differ primarily in that the Girl Guides
has been originated in Spokane with
thp idea of becoming a national thing,
while the Warrensburg club expects
to remain only a local affair, working
out Its aims In that town.
Lethbridge    Is   Puztled   by  Member.
|    Lethbrldge, June  1.���Conservatives
I are at a loss for an explanation ot
the sudden determination of C. A.
Magrath, M. P., to go to the coronation, it was fully expected that he
would be here with Mr. Borden on
June 24. They do not think he Intends dropping out of politics, though
they admit he would have a hard
flght to win on account of the stand
on  reciprocity.
'Phone R672
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CELEBRATED   PIONEER
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Victoria, June I.���Samuel A. Rogers, known as the "King of the Carl-
boo," aged Ti. is dead. In the Lillooet district for many years past ho
had controlled various stores anil
for years he acted as sheriff of Cariboo. In 1 s;mi he was returned to the
legislature as a Conservative aud reelected in 1894. He was an unsuccessful candidate in 1898, but was
again returned in 1900 and held Ilia
sent until about the years ano. 11"
was a native of Ireland, but a resident in Canada for the pnst sixty-
seven vears. ile was probably the
best known and wealthiest resident,
of the  Cariboo.
African  Uon  with Sells-Flotto Circus, Here Tuesday.
The Sailor QlrlB in "Tte Cat anl tho  Fiddle," at the Opera Hous eon Saturday Night, June
��� THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
W. R. QILLEY, Phon* 122.
0. E. GILLEY, Phon* 291.
Phonos, Office 15 and IS.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET WEST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT, LIME, SEWER PIPE, DRAIN "YlLE, CRU8HE0 BOCK,
WASHED GRAVEL ANO CLEAN SAND, PRESSED BRICK AND
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'Phone 101.
645 Columbia St.
E. H. BUCKLIN,
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Vice-President.
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Sec. and Treas.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
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Manufacturers  and  Wholesale Dealers In
Fir, Cedar and  Spruce Lumber
Phones ti3. 7 and 877.   Shingles, Sash, Doors,  Mouldings, Etc.
A Simple Remedy Brings Back
the Natural Color���Dandruff
���   Ouickly Removed.
Ilmv often one bears tbe expression.
"She I < crny nnd beginning to look old."
It is true thnt gray hair usually denotes
sge and is always axxociutf-d with age.
loo never hear OM referred to aw baring
gray hair nnd looking young.
The hair Ih generally the index of age.
If your hair Ih g:ny, you can't blame
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WONDERFUL 8ANITARY EXHIBITION HA8 BEEN OPENED IN
DRE8DEN���OF GREAT INTERNATIONAL  IMPORTANCE.
Berlin, June 7.���The Health exhibition which has just been opened at
Dresden, promises to be of extraordinary value and importance. Throughout the exhibition educational principles have been made to prevail, and,
of course, the foreign sections are directed to showing whatt foreign countries are doing.
A great deal of space has been
given to the illustration of the whole
system of workmen's Insurance In
Germany. Tables and diagrams show
the whole development of State insurance since 1885, and of voluntary
Insurance, as well as the organl/.u
tlons in particular trades and places.
Tbere are elaborate models of sanatoria, workmen's dwellings, and other
products of the Insurance system.-
The Imperlal Insurance office in Berlin has, for the purpose of tbe Dresden exhibition and the Turin exhibition, prepared a great display of statistical and otber material covering
the whole fleld in its immense experience.
Disease on Show.
From insurance the spectator
passes to disease. All that is known
of the sources and methods of infection is explained exhaustively with a
great wealth of bacteriological detail. There Is a special section of
great interest for immunity and protective inocculatlon, arranged by Dr.
Ehrlich and Dr. von Wassermau.i,
and tbe greatest living authorities
have dealt specially with tuberculosis,
cancer, and kindred diseases, and the
plague. It is noteworthy here, as indeed throughout the exhibition, that a
highly "modern" frankness has prevailed. It ls not merely that wax
casts of the most repellent kind
abound, but every public aspect of
disease is treated with absolute openness. .Modern Germany seems to
have arrived already at the final conclusion that in such matters the only
safe principles are statistical accur-
J acy and fullest publicity.
A great deal of light is thrown on
the care   of the teeth   ln   Germany,
with    reference    especially    to    tho
school clinics which are springing up
all over Germany.   There ts a special
section  dealing  with  "care   for   the
young," with an extraordinary interesting    department    Illustrating   the
methods  and  successes  ot  the'  modern Institutions tor the prevention ot
Infant mortality.     As Is  well known,
Germany haa made great progress In
this  work  In  recent  years, and   the
success achieved la the principal Bet-
oft to tbe constant fall In the birth
rate.    Every aspect of baby tending
and infantile  pathology  is here  laid
bare, with luminous demonstration of
the greatest mortality among bottle-
fed Infants and the precise effects o(
irregular nutrition and insanitary surroundings.
Mechanism of Human Body.
The greatest attraction of the exhibition is a "popular" section, in whicli
the. whole mechanism of the human
frame is displayed by countless mod-.
els and photographs, and all that is '
good and bad for man, as well n.-> f
much that Is neither good nor bad, is I
illustrated ln every conceivable way. I
Whether from a physiological or a j
pedagogic point of view the contents /
of this enormous building- are wonder- I
fully interesting and stimulating. The!
principles of sound living are incut-I
cated both systematically nnd exhaus-f
tively. The evils of nlcohoi""&-e dem- J
onstrated���and no less effectively thel
ravages of coi sets upon both the out- ���
side and the inside of the female
body���and every application of the
health-giving properties of air and
sun and water is displayed, together I
with an exhaustive examination of
food values and healthy housing. The
exhibition is intended to show the
public how to get more health for its
money, and so foodstuffs and other
things are examined from the amount
of nutritive and other benefits that
may be purchased.
China and .Ipan are prominent exhibitors; Russia and France have par-
rr.'iilarly imposing and characteristic;
buildings; Brazil, Austria Switzerland. Spain, Hungary und the city of
Amsterdam are officially represented.
The unofficial English section, which
is being organized by a committee under the presidency of the lord mayor
of London, will deal especially with
tropical medicine, infectious diseases,
the combating of tuberculosis, hospital anl preventive work, town and
house planning, and industrial poisonings and injuries.
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Pittsburg, June 7.���Great alarm has
been caused ln this city over the discovery of a Chinese leper. The city
physician had the victim removed to
a tent on the premises of the Municipal hospital for contagious diseases. He will be kept there until a
house can be built for bim in an isolated spot of the city.
An organized effort is being made
by citizens to have the leper killed
at once. A petition will be circulated asking that the director of public health devise some means of an
easy death for the Chinese. Great
alarm ls felt that the disease will
spread.
The man has been suffering from
leprosy for seven years, the disease
manifesting Itself two years ago. The
victim is Yee Tunk, well educated,
born ln San Franciseo and 31 years
old. For flve years he has been em-
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THUR8DAV, JUNE 8, 1911.
The Daily News
Shadow of an  Old Date Tree. "Tho1
Almanac of  1822," "Under the Sea,"
"My Maid in the Moon," and several
others, all said to be catchy and all
i wr'tlen by Carleton Lee Colby.
eutdlahed by The D4ily News Publish-      Forty  pe0j.ie are promised in  the
lag Company, Limited, at their offices, j company, which ls headed by B. Fat-
ot    McKenzie   and   Victoria! son as the chief funmaker; the   Boy-
ctmata 1 'ans- Hose and Arthur, as the twins:
bwee 1 Matty Martz, us   Circe;    George    E.
Wakefield as the Gigantic Great Gobs,|
and J. O. Campbell as the lieutenant.
WHEELER HANDS
BOOST TO RUGBY
ton take up Kugby as Berkeley and
Stanford are the logical rivals of
Washington in athletics on the Pacific slope, and the three institutions
should again take up football relations."
E. A. Paige Managing Director
i DISASTROUS FREIGHT
WRECK IN CONNECTICUT
THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1911.
REGULATIONS NEEDED.
Front street bas become and is
daily becoming a more busy centre of
rail and river borne traffic. Twi
years ago one might see a dozen ratt-
way cars distributed over the two
railway tracks ot the Great NorDeru
Five   Killed  and   Seven   Injured
New  Haven  Line���Explosion  of
Boilers  Follows.
on
Fairfield, Conn., June 7.���One of
the most disastrous freight wrecks
ln the history of the New Haven railroad occurred near here early today,
when  four  freight  trains  piled  into
and the Canadian Pacific roads, but { each other, killing flve men and   in-
we counted one    hundred | Jurlng at least seven, two of them fa-
yesterday 	
and four cars located on these lines
and that of the B. C. Electric Hallway company.    The last named has
made quite a considerable difference
ln the amount of rail  traffic which
either moves or accumulates on tbo
Front street tracks, and any day on-j
may  see the powerful  electric locomotives of this company drawing ;i
long train of well laden freight cars.
The outcome of the increased activity on the Front street tracks is a
greatly enhanced element Ot dunger
to vehicular and pedestrian traffic on
this thoroughfare.    A couple of days
ago we    witnessed    the    miraculous
escape of a teamster, who when drlv-
lng out of one of the  wharves had
the rear end of his wagon caught by
a Great Northern freight train which
was shunting, and smashed to piece i.
Previous to the exit of the team the
train had been stationary, but as the
borses reached the track tbc cars began to move, and it was only by whipping up his team that the man and
animals were saved from what seemed  certain  disaster.    There did  not
appear to be any brakesman or other
railway official to wail! the teamster j of
or control the movement of the train.
Tbis  occurrence,  and   other  somewhat  similar Incidents of wliich we;
hav# been informed, make lt evident
that some proper regulations for the
increasing railway    traffic on    Front
street   are  urgently     required.    The
necessity  for this will become apparent to any one who will spend    an
hour on any week day in observation
of    this  thoroughfare.     Apart     from
securing the more careful observance
of the provisions of the  railway  act
in regard to the handling -of freight
traffic under similar circumstances to
���those   prevailing   here,   it   might  be
well to follow the example of Seattle,
where, we believe, all shunting Is required to be done during the hours
f��I the night. . .j. .
tally. The dead and Injured are all
trainmen.
The accident happened a few minutes after midnight in an Isolated
spot. The trulns ln the wreck were
three  extras  and
York fast freight. ^^^^^^^^^^^
Jumped the eastbound track and
crashed Into a second train which
was passing on the westbound track.
Trains running close behind each of
tbe two extras crashed Into tho
wreckage almost Immediately. Crash
followed crash. Two boilers exploded simultaneously, and the wreckage
caught fire. An ambulance and a
trainload of physicians, nurses and
police were sent from Bridgeport to
PRESIDENT- OF UNIVERSITY OF
CALIFORNIA SAYS AMERICAN
GAME IS BEATEN BY HANDLING CODE.
Seattle, June 7.���Advocating the
cause of Rugby football at a student
assembly at the state university yesterday, Benjamin Ide Wheeler, president of the University of California,
maintained that the English game
was safer and saner than Intercollegiate football and urged Washington to abandon the old game. President Wheeler was largely influential ln the substitution of Rugby for
American football several years ago
ut Stanford and Berkeley.
Walter Camp Responsible.
"American football came out of the
old game of Rubby," said President
Wheeler, "but ln Its evolution lt has
lost many of Its former graces. Walter Camp Is the man, more than any
other, who has given us our present
Intercollegiate game,  after many ex-
Jap Porters on Trains.
Toronto, June 7.���Japanese train
porters are the luteBt of the C. P. R.'s :
Innovations ln connection with their
new Vancouver express. Four Japs
arrived yesterday and one went out
last night at 10:20 p. m. He takes
charge of the passengers in the day
coaches, but also serves those in the
tourist and flrst class sleepersn. Ono
will leave each night with the train
Bind a similar set of four Is starting
from the Pacific coast, so that eight
of the Japs are on the line together.
If you have MONEY to loan on
first mortgages, I can place it at
eight per cent, interest.
W. F. Edmonds
INSURANCE SPECIALIST
613 Columbia 8treet
Over Bank  of Toronto.      Phone 927.
care for tiie wounded, who' as fast as
they were taken fi'om the wreckage,
1 were sent to Bridgeport hospitals.
In a statement given out today at
the office of the Nes York, New
Haven & Hartford railroad, the accident Is attributed to the failure of an
engineer to observe a signal The
statement   adds   th e   culpable   engl-
i neer  probably  is  among   those  who
were killed. ,
Clergyman to Marry Princess.     i
Berlin,  June   7.���A   marriage   has
been arranged between Princess Barbara Reuss, daughter of Prince Henrv
Reuss, and Count Siegfried von Lut-
tichau, a Protestant pastor, chaplain
the German embassy at Constantinople.        The    announcement    has
caused  much  interest   here,  as   the
marriage of a clergyman with a prin-,
cess belonging to a ruling house   ls j
without   precedent.     The   pastor-dip-!
lomat ls 33 years old and his fiancee
23.    Princess Barbara Is a cousin of
Queen Eleanor, of Bulgaria.
the regular New j peilments and substitutions. He con
One of the extras ceived the idea of making one team a
stone wall and the other n battering
ram. When the present rules were|
drawnup, after fatal Injuries, they
made the game so complicate! that
the changes have sent the game backward Instead of forward.
"In the Intercollegiate game only
one man kicks the ball ln the majority of cases, and generally only four
players handle the pigskin. The way
the college boys have played the grid-
Iron game one could arrive at the
conclusion that the contest was misnamed, because the players kick one
another Instead of the ball.
No Cogs in Rugby.
A man does not have to be a cog ln
a machine to play Rugby. Team work
and signals are not necessary. A
player who has never seen his team
mates before may make a good showing with them in the English game.
All of the contestants hiy.p a chance
to pass, catch and kick the ball. I
believe that American colleges will
eventually give up the old game and
start anew. -"
"I would be glad to see Washlng-
Lakevlew Accident Appeal.
The decision of a local jury allowing $3000 compensation to "the parents of A. McDonald, a motorman killed in the Lakeview accident on the
B. C. Electric railway In November,
1909, lias been reversed by the court
of Appeal sitting in Victoria. The
court of appeals holds that there was
no evidence at the trial to show that
tbe company was conducting u defective system.
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DEGREES LONG DELAYED.
THROWING STONES.
The Columbian has late taken tj
^adorning (?) its front page with certain [olitlcal cartoons, which aie
���supposedly funny, but are really often
vulgar and s andalous, A well known
member of tho government was recently ileiikted as supplying "oil for
the Liberal machine" from the pub ic
works fund. It is of course unnecessary to say that the Liberal cause
���Iocs not receive one cent from th-j
public works fund. On the contrary,
however, our contemporary, which is
the professed organ of the Conservative party, does receive thousands
of dollars from the provincial government in the shape of pages of highly
paid advertisements containing tho
names of voters threatened with tha
loss of their franchise. No doubt tho
���Columbian has cause to be thankful
for crumbs such as those from the
master's table, but that is no reason
why it should measure the corn of
others hy its own bushel.
"THE  CAT AND THE   FIDDLE."
The ottering at the local oper.i1
liDii.se on Saturday is the newest success in Hie line of musical extravaganza, The Cat and the Fiddle." Un-|
Jike most musical comedies, whicn
.sire written in two acts "The Cat and
the Fiddle" has three acts and nino-
���teen gorgeous scenes, brimful of new
ideas, novelties, surprises, illusions,
'transformations. chorus numbers,
aong hits, etc. I
Durham, N. C. June 7.���Eighty-
eight gray-haired Confederate sol-
idlers, who at the outbreak of the war
were students of the University of
North Carolina and left their books
to take up arms in the long conflict
between the states, have finally received their degrees as bachelors of
arts.
The bestowal of the long-deferred
graduation honors was In accordance
with a special act of the North Carolina legislature.
Many  of the old  soldiers   had not
; met from the time they left the  univ-
| erslty to go to war until   tliey occupied seats of honor at the alumni ban-
11 net. i    i_tM
Dutch Capital in Canada.
The Hague, June 7.���A representative of Dutch financiers, carrying letters of introduction from W. T. R.
Preston, Canadian agent in Holland,
sails today for Canada to investigate
the opportunities for the investment
of foreign capital there. The parties
interested with him have the most
extensive connection throughout Belgium and Germany as well. It Is intended that the new Project shall
have its head office in Holland.
Defunct Vancouver Weekly.
The Vancouver Sunday Mail Ts
dead that fact was made apparent
yesterday morning, vwien the owner,
Captain T. B, Thomas, appeared before Judge Grant for examination under the Creditors' Relief Act. Capt.
Thomas stated that he came to Vancouver from Camrose, Alberta, in
1909, and was the sole proprietor of
The Sunday Mail. He stated that
shortly before his assignment, negotiations in which several members of
the local Liberal executive were interested were carried on for the purchase of his paper, and that a deal
had also been under way for the purchase of Ihe paper by the Hearst Syndicate ol San Francisco.
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NATIONALISTS   DIFFER
UPON   RECIPROCITY
Montreal, June (i.���Fully six thousand people gathered in the Ontario
stieet skating rink to hear Messrs.
Monk, Bourassa and Laverge, open
the Nationalistic campaign in this
province.     Mr.   Monk   spoke  strongly
 ���        j against,    reciprocity,    while    Armand
It tells an imaginative of Fairy- La verge contended himself with the
land antl the mystical Island of Eye. denouncement of the administration,
which,   together   with   certain   earth  stating that reciprocity was a matter
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Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone  12 New Westminster
Box   13'
Lad*.
beings of our own.    forms    a clever
plot  upon  which   much  original  fun
.and wit is founded.
There are magical Great Gobs and
'His  consort,    Circe,    a    good    fairy,
Genii,   and   her     wonderful     gigantic
���cat;   there  are  sprites,  ell's,  gnomes
.-and  fairies    among    the   Immortals,
-whicli the earth being include a witty
tramp, a humorous Irishman, a funny
Dutchman, the twin sisters, a bolster-
<ous sea captain and nifty lieutenant.
The      musical      numbers     include
���"Rossey  Dreams," a comedy duet, :i
conversation    sonfr    and    dance;    "I
ti_*!%r-^kexi  Introduced .to-'You,"-by
���the    Poster    Girls;    "Mother    Goose
JEahles'," by the Tlaby Dolls;  "In tha
of figures and that he was interested  in principles. *
Mr. Bourassa, outlined the ideals of
the Nationalists but said little on the
subject of reciprocity although he
agreed that the government must appeal to the people at the polls before
passing so important a measure as
reciprocity  upon  them.
Mr. Laverge declared that the Laurier administration was corrupt and
merited the execution of the people.
Reciprocity had been adopted to hide
the scandals of a rotten regime. On
the other hand imperialists and a
crowd of Toronto financiers could not
persuade the people that reciprocity
meant annexation.
For Business or Pleasure Runs
To any point on the Fraser River it is a cheap, quick, comfortable
and pleasant ride on the
Fast^geed^J^
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A.   BUTTBRP1BLD,   ENGINEER IN CHARGE.    Phone G23.
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the greatest care in selecting our
stock this year, and are now in the
position to fit any man who is any
way particular.
Fine Straw Boaters, neat brim, with
crown well proportioned,
$1.00 to $3.50
Rough Straw Boaters, very neat,
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Young Men's Neat Curl Brim Straw
Hats that can be turned down to
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The Wardrobe Cloltiler
Columbia St. New Westminster, B. C.
ADERVTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1011.
THE DAILY NEWS.
I MATTERS MARTIAL
BY GARETH
The 104th regiment under the convl some out-of-the-way corner of a des-
mand of Lieutenant-Colonel Johnson ert, not knowing a word of the native
left the city shortly after eight lingo and armed only with a swagger
o'clock on Sunday morning for Mis-1 cane and a good supply of self-con-
sion Junction, where they Joined the   Science, Sergeant   Whatslsname   will
' tbe stomach doubled and ungetatable,
he becomes almost an enigma. Quick
as a dart, he finding an opening,
opens out and a wicked right hook to
an opponents jaw or the ribs leaves
.a memento of tbe visit. At close
range, Papke if trying, Ib a terrific
hitter and his short-arm work with
both members invariably pull him
through. 'There is no man boxing to
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turn out  soldiers  by  the dozens or
gross according to tbe demand and
taught to look- like soldiers, but real
soldiers  with  the   spirit  of  soldiers.
^^^^^^^^^^^    mere
of tbe word "Dervish"    would    send
their, brown legs scurrying for miles,
special train en route for the camp
at Kamloops.
A and U companies turned out at
about half strength owing to a large
number of tbe men being unable to
leave (heir civil employment. The
detachments from Chilliwack and
Cloverdale which arrived ln the city
on Saturday night and proceeded
with the headquarter companies on
the following morning were at very
nearly full strength, which fact goes
to emphasize the folly of raising rural
militia in a city of the size of New
Westminster. 1 was very much
struck with the physique of the men,
particularly, with those from tbo
country districts, they are certainly
far above the averago for the active
militia. The whole regiment looked
well in the new scarlet serges, but I
cannot help thinking It Is a pltty tbat   name was told to get busy again and
a more sensible and  up-to-date unl-. the conquered DorvUhers   were   en
Baseball fans, and they    can    be'
.-^    ��� ^ o *~ i counted by tho hundreds in the Royal'
day who can deliver such a stinging | city, turned out in force at Moody j
blow when "inside" as can Billy square yesterday evening when the
Papke. As stacked against the Eng-1 ball game between the Bals and
llsbman, William may find that the' Maples was contested. The Bals
old country style, which has won so won. Tbere was no question about!
many glorious victories in the an- j the victory. And neither was there
tasTp'r rtsn a rSrman tov^torv The   fa" ��f the b05clng r,ng' l8 not t0 hi*   ^ question that Herb Hyall had a!
^ .?��?. T KimS^   llklng and " Is for thl8 reasoD that ���   bl�� W ln the aforesaid victory which
strange pait of it is that ne does not  *ook tQ gU|i[van   ������ ���,i���       c���.~*..\     . -
produce    merely    savages    who  arc
,������ . k   .     t0 wln-      Straight! put the Maple Leafs to route.    The
aI^?���! "?! *2!& ���.d.,^8J9 ��{ gataWto splendidly backed up   by
will | Pitcher Lewis, who was sporting his
department   in   which   Sullivan
Take the case of the Egyptian fella-1 .*!? lt,,}e}*}�� wl"- 8t a"'    Wlth his j Seattle   uniform,  obtained  a healthy
hin.   At one time the mere mention ! !"ne���I.��.I???y'L**! .BtandlnS upright,! lead  and for the first four innings
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the  Britisher  should  not   experience  held the Maples 5-0.   In the fifth, Dig-
any difficulty    In evading    the close   nan's  boys  came out  of  their  shell
and yet, taught by British sergeants  ,r��"g.e  wor,k  of llls  opponent, and  lf  and played capital ball, circling   the
- the homester can, after plying to the  bags thrice.
and led by British officers, these
sunie benighted savages fought side
by side with the white troops at Om
Sayce, on the mound for
form cannot be adopted.
In the absence of Sergeant Major
Phllpotts, the duties of tbat most Important rank will devolve upon Color,
Sergeant Griffiths. I
An     instructive     and     Interesting |
twelve days will be spent if the ad-1 tbo late Queen Victoria, will remem-
ministration of the camp is carried I b��r the detachment of the Chinese
out in a sensible manner, and more regiment which passed through on
should be taught in that short tlmo their way to the ceremony. I have
than could be done In as many years heard from some who saw them drill-
of work in the drill hall. It will be a lm? on the Cambie street ground that
new experience for most of the boys they looked as they undoubtedly were,
and I hope it will prove an enjoyable, soldiers  every  Inch and  a credit to
body, and thus pulling the others the Muples, was at opening a little
guard down, send to the point, the wild In his pitching, but when he
. . . _ . _���������������. ��� contest should be a short one. Corrl found his true aim, he in the fifth
durman, and rendered a good account ( wl��� hold t0 the 8tr)ct ntM Qf ^ and -rffc ret,red a# opposition one,
of themselves too, taking their sharo Marf]ulg of Queen8berry rule8> and two tnree Ernle gJncIalr recelved
In the work of crushing he foe of this may tend to worry the. American,'a nasty and unintentional gash on
whom they had lived all their Wes wh0 get8 ,n h|g heavle8t work ln the the foot Kred Lynch acted the parc
In such deadly tear Ana alter m hugging stages of a contest. Hitting of umpire, and his decisions were ou
flghting was over Sergeant Whatsis-1 w|th one hfend free  ,���  Qf C0ur8e  vtr.\ M nan(lg flpproved of.
mltted  in  England  and   this  should!    The game by innings was as under:
give  Sullivan  the  opportunity  for  a  Balmoral8 2 3 0 0 0 0 2 0-7
, , ^ , ,. , It must be remembered that Papke MaT^ JfiJ. ��� H����3��3M
r/heTor?a""*" "aUVVas had the greater experience in the %����****,. Ui J. Smith,
in tbe wo.Id.   ^jjjjjjjjjH I ring  than his   contestant   and   this'      Herb ���   ��� 2b; pH      ���8. Canfield
may favor him in the battle under no-' ,f   Cameron  rf; R Smith cf; Lew,8i
tice.    Still there is the   old   adage,, n: Morgan> 3b.
listed, drilled and disciplined, and lo
and behold, the Egyptian army as lt
stands
armies ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
M��ny who were In Vancouver   at
the time of the Diamond Jubilee of
.one.
��rr
The total number of troops on duty1
In London at the time of the coronation will be about 55,000. Every arm
and branch of the service will be
H present) (1 on the Une of route.
Ti - opn will be mustered there from
every part of the empire, and such
.t gathering of different races in one
place and  under one flag ls hard to
"going once too often to the well
be remembered.
R. A. WILSON.
to
If;
Maplrt,eafs���Jamieson, bs; Wlnde-
garten, lb;  Silver, 2b;  Roache,   3b;
Hhonkey, c; Hanford, lf; Dlgnan, cf;
Sayce, p; Glass, rf.
NATIVE A8SAULT '    Ssyce fanned three and Lewis four,
ON   WHITE  WOMEN   while two were walked off the Maples'
���i ��� pitcher and double that number off
Capetown, Cftpe  Colony, June   7,���  Lewis.
It has been officially announced
that Admiral Sir Arthur Moore will
be In supreme command at the
coronation
11-4;
the empire, but still more so to Ser       	
gesnt Whatsisname.    We who see so \ Numerous"cases"jr��cently'of" attempts/1
much of the complex nature of   tho   on the part of natives against white
Oriental are perhaps in a better posi-   women have caused a renewal of pub-
tion  to appreciate the magnitude of   lie agitation. In one case at Bergville
his task, than moaTnthers. [Natal,    an    organized   attempt    was
made to lyncu the culprit.
in   another  case   at   Buluwayo   a
prominent resident, Sam Lewis, went
to  a  newspaper  office  and   had  the
_ . evlew   at   Spithead,  and   native newsboys paraded.    He picked
conceive.    The  sight  will   surely   be! will hoist his flag on   H.   M.   Dread- ] out one  who,  he alleged,  had  made I Not Peter the Painter
one of the most thrilling that one nought. Thirty-two battleships, thirty- improper overtures to his daughter. Manila June 7���The stowawav on
could hehohl, soldiers of the Imperial | two cruisers, twelve depot ships and Lewis calmly marched the native thrBrfUall^LmsrftotwUiMwho
forces, of Canada, Australia. New ! scouts, eighty-four destroyers, twelve out and shot him dead. He then sur- was tallevedit���^Te "PeteTthTpalat-
Zealand, South Africa and all the torpedo boats and eight submarines rendered himself to the police, but ?Sta<USSk%
���crown colonies, marching side by side j will take part.    The    overseas    con-1 public feeling is so strong in favor of   Houndsditch  shooting affair In  Lon
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with the native troops of West and I tlngents are to be given an    excep-1 Lewis that it Is doubtful "whether any   n^turaTout'to'bea tramp. He*ha"s
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Central Africa, of India, Ceylon, the
West Indies, Egypt, China and many
"Others. Every conceivable color and
"hundreds of various uniforms, but the
same Imperlal spirit pervading tho
whole, every heart, whether'of whltj
or black, filled with pride at being a
soldier of the greatest empire tho
world has ever known.
Apropos of the above, what a wonderful knack is that which seems to
be innate in every British non-cora-
missioned Officer, for making soldiers
out of any material that may come to I the
tional  opportunity    of viewing
great Armada.
The 72nd Highlanders of Canada
are still in the full swing of their
tralning season, and some splendid
work is being put in. Their uniforms
have arrived and from all accounts
they are likely to be the best equipped rogiment in Canada. They have
the usual review order tunic and kilt,
tartan trews and white shell jacket,
and the most necessary of all, a complete kit for field aervlce, including
new  Web    equipment.    Colonel
hand. Kipling's immortal Sergeant
WhatBlsname Is not a mythological
being born of the poet's fancy, but in
a real live non-com. and is to be
�� found serving in every British regiment of the line today.   Dumped into
Leckle and his officers are certainly
to be congratulate:! for their efforts
on behalf of the regiment, arid 1
think, will be amply repaid by having
a battalion which will take second
place to none in Canada.
jury will convict him.
been released from custody.
u
Eat and Be Merry!
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SPORTING NEWS
6REAT CONTEST IN
ENGLAND TONIGHT
progress has been slow, the fault is
not Sully's, rather has it been owing
to the dearth of men good enough in
the old country over the seas, who
could bring out the best that was ln
the boxer who will be in the "smoke"
today, endeavor to bring to England,
a title she has long been in need of,
namely that of middleweight champion.
Clean Living Britisher.
At the National Sporting club, at
the Kings hall on the Surrey side,
and at the more popular Wonderland,
down the famous Mile End road, London. I have been the third man in the
ring with Sullivan, and never have I
refereed bouts which 'have been made
don, in the heart of the West end ot   8�� easy *�� h"ndle a* whf��  B��U,lvBf
' ,. .,,   ,       ,      was a contesting party.    His style 13
the  world's   metropolis,   will   be  the   tvplrally British; straight lefts, clean
today  of   the   battle   for   the   counters, quick  breaks, and   all   the
hampfonship       of       the  time the assuming of an upright posi-
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���FOR THE MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP OF THE WORLD BETWEEN BILLY PAPKE AND
JIM SULLIVAN.
i _____
The  Pallidium,  Argyll  street, Lon-
scene
genuine      	
world at the mi ldleweight limit,
tween Hilly Papke, the Illinois Thun-   motherland"
derbolt and Jim Sullivan
mondsey, London. In many respects
thla contest will be an epoch-making
event in tlstlc circles.
of    Ber-   booking in a New York paper, I read
yesterday  that  Sullivan  "Is the  best
that England has had Bince the days
of  Charlie  Mitchell   or   Jack    Burge
���^__^___._^>__B My connection with sport
It will he the first bout carrying K088 back many vears, but I have vet
with it the world's title decided in t0 learn thiU po'(), oU, Charlie Mlt-
England since the clash between <-jlo)i wa8 a middleweight, or
Tommy Hums and Gunner Moir at Jal.k Hul.gn wllotver he may
the National Sporting club, London. ,,pon wag a hoxer of !)nv not(;
on December 2, 1907, when tbe writ0I. mav have meant DU,V
heavies' honors were decided wltn ���k ln whi(,M oaM u m.lv ho poijjted
Burns conqueror in ten rounds after otlt tnat tnat glove mel.,.h:int was
a contest in which the eventual win- England's acknowledged lightweight
ner had an easy passage from gong chamulon.
t0 *0n,f, .      , Styles Compared
Englishmen   who  have  been
from  the old country
^^^^^^^ e  Paiii.uum   is bu-   miru uuoo ..
uated. Those who know their London   boxing fan.    The  American  has  put
more   correctly, knew   up some raw deals on those wbo paid
A Matter of Common Sense J I   McQuarHe    Bl*OS.
that
have
The
of that
gono
doubtless
   .         I'nlike his opponent of today, Billy
wonder  where  the  Palll Hum   is  sit-   Papke does not deserve well of the
also know   or   ____
Henglers Cirque and it is on this spot
that Walter Gibbons, son-in-law of the
music hall magnate, George Adney
Payne, built England's palatial block,
now known as the Pallidium.
Yankee Scribes at Sea.
Sporting writers in the United
States ever since Jim Sullivan de-
the  Welshman,
feated  Tom Thomas.
for the English title at 180    pounds^ ^^ ^
have been in a muddle with regard to , ^^ ..tw,8terB.,
big money to witness what tinned out
to be rank "frames." His "battles"
against that old-timer, Joe Thomas,
which l had the misfortune to witness
in California, will not 'readily be forgiven by the sporting men on the
other side of the border line, and it
would be good a.lvice to the American if he has been told to cut out this
sort  of  stuff   in    England.     Eugene
not
but
Iia\e uet:ii   *** ** ..****��� ��� -   ���-- ~ . __i���
the ring history _ol: the���IgfJ^ ��{ ^ 8trong that a faker never gets a
it may be e*P ",n^��* thlfeS the second show in any of the chief box-
"'  * T hf bit tie  that Sivan for   he ing centres over there.   Papke adopts
eve of the battle, tnataui.iwui     . jefTries   crouch,   which    to    one
ou"-' cover Is not one   in name only.
the
pond
He
A non-smoker and a total abstainer,
weaves in with the open glove   plas-
Sullivan  has  made  progress  up   the   tered over both cheeks und with ribs
ladder, and though it is true that that   protected by the upper arm and with
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THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1��11.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
SEEK 10 BLOW UP
JEWISH SYNAGOGUE!
WARD    OF    TRADE��� NEW  WKS'l-
mlnater Board ot Trade meets" In t&��4 s
board room. City Hall, as follows: I
Third Thursday    ot   eacb    month; 1
quarterly    meeting    on  tbe    UUM I
Thursday ot February, May, August 1
and  NotemWir   Ms ��j��.      *nnu*i   HEBREW  CONGREGATION  WHILE
meeting^ on th�� third Thursday ot
February.    New  members may  bs 1
proposed and elected at any month r
ly or    quarterly    meeting.      C.  H. I
Stuart-Wade, secretary. \
AT   WOR8HIP   DISTURBED   BY
DYNAMITE ��� CAUSE    OF    DIS-1
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE, NO. 27���
The regular meetings ot this lodge
are held ln Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited
to attend. George Adams. N.G.; W.
C. Coatham, P.O., recording secretary; J. W. MacDonald, financial
secretary.
PROFESSIONAL.
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Montreal, June 7.���As a little company of Russian Hebrews bowed their
heads in the small room that is their
synagogue at 762 St. Dominique
street, they were startled and horrified by an explosion that suddenly
shook the house and brought tbe
heavy plaster of the ceiling down upon their heads.
Through the clouds of fine choking
dust that arose the worshippers felt
their way panic-stricken to the door,
and then to the street, expecting
every moment that the" rocking house
would topple and come crashing down
upon them. No one wis hurt, except
for scratches and bruises received
when the plaster fell.
A neighbor ran and rang the flre
alarm. When the firemen arrived
they found no flames, no evidence of
flre, only a house with the interior
practically wrecked, and out on the
street the little company of Jews,
praising God for their escape, led by
the aged Rabbi In a droning psalm.
Blame It on Dynamite.
The firemen noticed, however, a
queer smell and they believe that tho
explosion was caused 'Cy dynamite.
Mystery surrounds the cause of the
explosion and tho motive, ff as is believed It was caused by some person
or persons, enemies of the inmates of
the house.
The house was occupied by Ober
Naweg. He Is a tailor nnd has given
over the double parlor on the ground
floor of the house to the little company for worship. Ten persons, by
the Jewish ecclesiastical law, can
form a synagogue, and there are not
a few of these small congregations
scattered about the City.
Was It Italian Enemy?
Up above the room   in which the
service was held lives an Italian, Do-
minico Lorenzetti.    This morning he
was not to be  found.      It is  stated
that  he  was  thrown  out of his bed
and across the room by the force of
the explosion.    Other-Italians ln the
neighborhood protest that  the explosion  may have been the act   of   an
enemy of Lorenzetti, but the general
feeling seems  to be  that If the   explosion was caused by some malicious
person  that It was directed   against
the worshippers in the lower room.
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Sumas,   Surrey Centre,
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Prairie,        Murrayville,
I      ��� Coghlan, via B, C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday). 8:30
Opposition to  Statehood.
Washington,    June     7.���Chairman
Flood, of the house committee on territories, and former Governor Curry,
of New Mexico, were to'.d   by  President Taft today that for the present
he would not use the administration
influence to  push  statehood   for  Arl-
| zona  and   New  Mexico   through   tho
senate.    The president indicated that
he would shn the enabling act   providing for the admission of these ter-
rito'les now  before  the   senate,  but
declined  at  this  time  to   enter   the
fight to hasten their passage.
F. G. GARDINER.        A. L. MERCER
Gardiner, Mercer & Gardiner,
M. S. A.
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER     TRUST     BLOCK
Phone  661. Box  772
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
New  Westminster
TUESDAY, JUNE 13
iOQ AGTS IN 100 MINUTES
TWIN
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ELEPHANTS.
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SUPERB, SPECTACULAR, ORIGINAL
CIRCUS, 600 People, 450 Animals
BABY HIPPOPOTAMUS
40-SELL8-FL0T0 CLOWNS -40
FIGHTING THE FLAMES
Gorgeous Street Parade
10:30 O'CLOCK EACH MORNING
10,000 Seats
General Admission
This Day and Date
Twice Its
Former Size
Bring all the
folks and see
for yourself a
Fifty-Cent Circus for 25 cents.
2 Cemplete Performs nee a Rally,
-ain orShlne, at
2 and 8 p. m.a
Doors Open one Hour Earlier, VAAl
Admitting of a Visit to the Big 4UU
THE   DAILY   NEWS
WESTMINSTER'S   MORNING   PAPER
It is delivered to all parts of
the city before breakfast time.
The medium through
which the progressive
stmuKijii
merchant and business man acquaints
the buying public with
ranir��i.TT^
m*    1....
their f off ers, to  the
mutual advantage.
It is read by all citizens before
the day's business commences.
Th
e
Daily
ews
The paper that is read at the breakfast table.   The paper that directs the
movements^of the busy housewife to wise purchases.
rrcrre?E; THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1911.
THE  UAlLY
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take notice that I, C. John-
ton, ot Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan,
occupation carpenter, intends to apply
(or permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing
at a poat planted at the southeast side
of the south end of Read Island and
at the northeast corner ot T. L. 37502,
thence west 80 chains, thence north
40 chains, thence east 80 chains,
thence south 40 chaina, containing
320 acres more or less.
CHARLES JOHNSON,
I Bert Warren, Agent
Dated April 10th, 1911.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict cf
Coast���Take notice that I, James
Walker, of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
occupation broker, intends to apply
(or permission to purchase the to'.r
lowing described lands: Commencing
at a post planted 20 chains west of
tbe southeast corner of lot 117 ���Cortez
Island, thence north 80 chains, thenee
-east 80 chains, tbence soutb 69
cbalns to salt water, tbence following
shore line in southwesterly direction
to northeast corner of Squlrell Core
Indian reserve, thence west 20 cbalns
to point of commencement, containing 480 acres more or less.
JAMES WALKER,
; Bert Warren, Agent.
Dated April (th, 1911.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take notice  that I,  Emma
Dick, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation
married woman, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
-described  lands:    Commencing at a
post planted at the southeast corner
of W.  P.  S.  142,    thence    east    80
chains, thence north 40 chains, tbence
west   86    chains, thence    south    40
-chains to point   of    commencement,
containing 320 acres more or less.
EMMA DICK.
Bert Warren, Agent.
Dated April 12th, 1911.
NEWS.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Westminster, B. C.���Take notice that Harry
Tinn, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation
Broker, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at a
point on the westerly shore ot Green
lake, which point is situate about
sixty (60) chains south-westerly from
LAND  REGISTRY ACT. /
Re the east half of suburban lot 55,
block  5   (except tbe roadway), lu
tbe City of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of tbe loss of certlflcate of title number 3352A, issueJ
In tbe name of Mary E. Williams, has
been flled in this office.
Notice is hereby given tbat I sha'l,
at the expiration of one month from
the northerly end of the aald'Green I the date of the flrst publication nere-
lake, thence weat 40 chains, thence! 0,�� ln * d��l,y newspaper published ln
south 40 chains, thence east 40 chains'; "��e City of New Westminster, issue a
more or less to the shore of Green I duplicate of the aald certlflcate, unless
lake, tbence northerly following the!ln **���. n��"��ntlrae valid objection be
Dre&smaklng\mm Jm '^icn
1     MULE ENUMERATORS
Just received the latest Paris
fashions in summer dresses and tailor
made suits.    Satisfaction guaranteed.
Mme. Gaultier
613 Columbia Street.
shore of Gren lake to the point of.
commencement, containing ooe, hundred and sixty (160) acres mora, or
less.
HARRY TINN
Thomas Greer, Agent.
Dated  April  22, 1911.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict cf
COAST���Take notice that I, George
Osborn, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation carpenter, Intend to apply    for
permission to purchase tbe following
described lands:    commencing at    \
post planted 10 chains north of the
southeast corner of lot    111,   thence
��ast tiO chains, thence south CO chains,
tbence west CO chains, tbence north
���0 chains, containing 360 acres.
;                         GEORGE OSBORN,
>                           Boone Kerlin, Agent.
Dated Aprll 13th, 1911.	
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Westminster, B. C.���Take notice that I, Clara
O. Gould, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation married woman, lntenda to an-
ply tor permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing ht a post planted on
the east bank of,tbe Cheakamous river, about two chains north of the
mouth of Marble Creek, and about
ninety chaina north of tbe north end
of Daisy Lake and marked North
West Pest; thence south eighty chains
along Cheakamous river; thence east
forty chains; thehce north eighty
chaina; thence west forty chains to
point of commencement, containing
320 acres more or less.
MRS. CLARA G. GOULD.
John Greer, Agent.
Dated  March 28, 1911.
made to me ln writing.
C. 8. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry   Office,   New  Westminster, B.C..  May 13,  1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Westminster.���Take notice that I, H. M.
Dwar, of Vancouver, occupation merchant, Intend to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a . >st planted about
one mile east of T. L. 32454, and two
miles from Haslam Lake, thence
south 80 chains, thence west 80
cbalns, thence north 80 chains, thence
eaat 80 chains to point of commencement and containing 640 acres more
or less.
H. M. DWAR,
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
May 2, 1911.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3%  to 25 H. P.
1 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phono 53.
Tenth SL, New Westminster.
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
Take notice that an application has
been made to register Edwin John
Bond as the owner in Fee Simple, under a Tax Sale Deed from Edward
Ashley Wllmot, Assessor of Dykes, to
Edwin John Bond, bearing date the
21st day of August, A. D. 1907, of ail
and singular that certain parcel or
tract of land and premises situate, ly
lng and being ln tbe District of New
Westminster, in the Province of British Columbia, more particularly
known and described as Lot 59, subdivision of Lot 281, Group 1.
You and those claiming through or
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Westminster.���Take notice tbat I, A. L. Dwar,
of Vancouver, occupation banker, intend to apply for permission to pur-
case tbe following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one mile east of T. L. 32454,
and   two  miles  from   Haslam   Lake,
thence north 80 chains thence west, NoU lg hereb , that LeUer���
80 chains, thence south 80 chains;L Admlnilltration to the estate of
thence east 80 chains to the point oti EUzabeth Ann gcoU decea8ed lnte.
commencement and containing 640
acres more or less.
For Up-to-date
PRINTING
OO TO
Specific   Allegation   Against   Accused
Men Will Not Be Made Publlc
Until After Arrest.
DEPARTMENT   OF   MILITIA   ANO
DEFENCE.
Nelson, B. C, Rifle Range.
Notice to Contractors.
SEALED TENDERS, marked on envelope "Tender   for   construction   of
Nelson, B. C. Rifle Range" and   ad-.
dressed to the Director of Contracts.
Department of Militia *\ Defence, Ottawa, will be received until noon, tba
16th June, for the construction of a
Rifle Range at Nelson, B. C.
Jackson Printing Co'y
Estimates given on any kind of job
printing.
Thompson Block. Phone 388.
NOTICE  TO CREDITOR8.
May 2, 1911.
A. L. DWAR,
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
state, late of Westminster Junction,
were granted by the Supreme Court
of British Columbia ln probate to
John Reece Scott and LoIIub Robertt
Scott, the 30th May, 1911, and all persons having any claims or demands
N^y���-^E?J^1NSTEHM LAND DiS-:agarns"t"^Vi'd EU��bethAnn Scott
TRICT-District of New Westmln- who dled at ^ clty of New WeB��.
er.���Take notice that I, R. B. Fran-| mlnatBr nn fhA *>nA Mnreh   i��n   >ra
ster.
minster on the 2nd March, 1911, are
teijuired on or before the 1st day of
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict o
Coast���Take notice that I, Chrlsto-
SLIT Ke?: KsreiS' z | aw =TfB�� m;g;
ti��JttSSSf ShTSAfSS J* notl,Ce "Pon you and in default of
thence  south   40    chains,  cohUfcinS | ��g* rouand sgA Oljon^mj. ��
480 acres.
I CHRISTOPHER ROWLAND,
eis, of Vancouver,    occupation    met
under you a"n7\lT"pers"ofls""'c"larmin^I ?hant' '��tend l? aW>13r f��r Permission! iuTy,"l9li7 to send' V"post"prepaid
any interest ln the said land by vir-1t0 Purchase the following described I or t0 dellver t0 the undersigned soiici-
tue of any  unregistered  instrument,! la"?S- , ,'     .  tors of the- said John Reece Scott and
and all persons claiming any interest Commencing at a post planted j LoftUB Robert Scott) adminigtrator3.
In the said  land   by descent, whose! ab��u' one ���ile ��ast of T-  L-  iiiM* t their names and addresses, and full
and  two mi.es  from   Haslam   Lake, I partlculars in wrltlng of thelr cialm8i
thonnd    M.I      wn     ..I,....a       .Vt........     .......I.      ��� �� '
tbence east  80 chains, thence south
and statement of their accounts veri-
80   chains,   thence   west   8 0   chains, j jJJJJ b~7ututory declaration, and the
thence north  80 chains   to   point of  nature of tne 8ecurities, if any, held
commencement   and   containing   640
acres more or less.
May 2, 1911.
R.  B.   FRANCIS,
Duncan   O'Hara,   Agent.
by tbem.
And take notice that after the lst
day of July, 1911, the said John Reece
Scott and Loftus Robert Scott will
proceed to distribute the assets of
the said deceased among the persons
entitled thereto, having regard only
to  tbe   claims   of   which   they   shall
ever estopped and debarred from set-1 NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND   DIS
ting up any claim to or In respect ofj     TRICT���District of  New  Westmin
i-   u���   *.���**, ithe said land, and I shall register EJ-  ster.���Take notice that I, W. E. Fry, j ^��T. JT^.T3  ZZjaZT^I*a'~Iu'*  T.7*
t, ,   ,   a    m   ,��r\eoV,        '    8 w"> John  Bond as owner thereof in  of Seattle, Wash., occupation brokerfe; %EJ^LSflS T^ul n���w
Dated   April   16th,  1911. L       And , hereby order that publ[ca.   lntend  t0  apply    for  perml88,on    ^'john Reece.Scott.and Urftua Robe.t
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of  ��on of this notice for thirty days in   purchase    the    following      described. Jg* ,���an' **��I'mLbiUties of
Coast-Take   notice   that   I,  Ague.; a,du.ly ^newspaper^"tob-to N��   ^mme���e,nB - , ^ ^^ ^J the 8aid E���zaU Ann Scott of which
Dick, of Calgary, Alberta, occupation! Westminster  Will  be  good  and   suf
married   woman, intend  to  apply for * ���""*"- *��""�������'
permission  to purchase the following
described   lands:     Commencing  at  n
Commencing at a post planted about. |
have    then received
Tacoma,  June   7.���Several   Seattle
census enumerators were Indicted by .    i��.__   - *   . ,��".r- -~ ; ._
* | Plans and specifications may be
the federal grand Jury, which ad- .een and full InformaUon obtained at
Journed late ln the afternoon after a I tbe office of the District Officer Com-
three-week session here. The num-1 mending Military District No. 11. Vic-
ber indicted and the specific alio- | __**: %i��J*��*?r i?."****?
gallons against them will not be
made public until tbe accused men
have been placed under arrest.
The census bureau cut down the
Seattle figures about 12,000 when lt
checked up the reports for that city,
and tbe indictments are based on alleged fictitious names turned in.
In Its final report to Judge Georgo
Donwortb, the grand jury also Indicted, Jt is reported, enumerators in Bellingham, Aberdeen and Hoqulam.
Twenty-two of the twenty-six indicted Tacoma enumerators appeared ln the federal court yesterday afternoon. Only two pleadfeU not guilty.
The others asked for another week
in which to enter pleas. Among those
granted the extension desired was
Prank E. Jacquot, a well-known Tacoma high school athlete, who was arrested in the afternoon.
The grand*Jury reported a total of
alxteen indictmenta in the afternoon,
making sixty for its entire session.
Ten of the indictments had no relation to tbe census investigation.
C. A. Newton, special assistant to
the attorney-general of the United
States, who bas charge of the investigation of census frauds ln the west,
left Portland this morning.
After a visit of a few days in Portland he will proceed to Fort Smith,
Ark., to prosecute enumerators of
that place.
He wlll return to Tacoma early in
September to conduct the prosecution ln the census frauds here.
post planted at the northeast corner ��"   -"���""���
V*   .       .....    .*. ���..   ���n     ,hal���..1 A. D. 1911. c    g    keith
District  Registrar.
To JOSHUA DAVIES,
of  lot  :i80,  thence  west  80    chains, |
thence north 80 chains, thence east
-io chains, thence south 40 chains,
tbence east 40 chains, thence south
40 cbalns, containing 480 acres more
or less.
AGNES DICK,
Bert Warren, Agent.
Ttated April ICth, 1911.	
flcient service thereof.                             j one mile east of Theodosia lake, at T. I     *f 8 no
Dated at the Land Registry Office,, L. 315H2, thence 80 chains west, thenceinoUce-
New   Westminster,  Province  of   Brit-1 80 chains north, thence 80 chains eae;,l    Dated this 5th day ot June, 1911.^
ish   Columbia,  this   8th  day  of  May, | thence  80  chains  south  to  point    oi|wADE, WHEALLER.   McQUARRlE
| commencement, and    containing    6401 & MARTIN,   "^^^^^^
acres more or less.         _._.___.       Solicitors  for  John Reece Scott and
_             ���,w- "V. Loftus Robert Scott.
Duncan O Hara. Apent.
May 19, 1911.
Services, Headquarters, Ottawa and
the Officer Commanding 102nd Regt.
Nelson, B. C.
Tenders must be made on the form
supplied by the Department and accompanied by an accepted cheque on
a Canadian chartered bank, for 10 per
cent of the amount of tbe tender, payable to tbe order of the Honourable
tha Minister of Militia and Defence,
which amount will be forfeited lf tbo
party tendering decline to enter into
a contract or fall to complete It in accordance with tbe tender.
Tbe Department does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.
EUGENE FISET,
Colonel.
Deputy Minister of Militia   and Defense.
Ottawa, May 8, 1911.
(Newspapers will not   be paid   ?f
tbey Insert this  advertisement without authority from tbe Department).
Joshua  Davles Estate.
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
Re lots 1 to 11 Inclusive, 13 to IC In
elusive, 18 to 27 inclusive, and 30
to CO Inclusive, being subdivisions
of the south halt of section 18,
township 2, New Westminster district.
A certificate of indefeasible title to
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict
of Coast���Take notice tliut I, tieorge
Howard Dick, of Calgary, Alberta, occupation real estate, intends to apply
for permission to  purchase the    fol-.     .. 	
lowing described lands:  Commencing I the above property wlll be issued to
at a post planted southeast coiner of I Benjamin Stevenson on the 30th day
T. L. 31792, thence north 80 chains,'of June, Wll, unless in the meantime
thence east 80 chains, tbence south 10' a valid objection thereto be made to
chains  to lake shore,  thence  follow- j me In writing by a person or persons
 w>��Mt��i�� tllrec-1 claiming an estate or interest there
in, or ln any part thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT��� Dlst let of New Weatmlnster.���Take notice that I, Dorothy
Fry, of Seattle, Wash., occupation
married woman, intend to apply for
permlsslon to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
one mile east of Theodosia lake, at
T. L. 315C2, thence east 80 chain.*,
thence north 80 chains, thence west
80 chains, thence south 80 chains to
point of commence, und containing
G40 acres more or less.
DOROTHY FRY.
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
May 19,  1911. 	
DEPARTMENT OF RAILWAYS AND
CANALS, CANADA.
HUDSON   BAY  RAILWAY.
Land
minster,
Ilea'try    Office     New West-  NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND   DIS - of .
h   r    May 16   mi. \    TRICT-Dfstrict of  New Westmln-  mil
, B. C, Mty 1*. Ster.-Take notice that I, J. I. Dwa-,  Por
.,T   ke sl,o,7in southwesterly tt��
Jlon to point of commencement, con
taining 320 acres more or less,
taming s^j^ H0WARD DICK.
Bert  Warren,  Agent.
Ditcil April 16th, 1911. 8^^^^^^^^^_       _  ^^^^^^^^-    . ������...      ^^^^^m-
 ��� T7T7T,      The  Dcrson  or  persons  having    in   ot  Vancouver,  occupation    merchant ,     --------     - entered into can    bo
^&^3Ss3s:ae;u"'-ha��� ** - j-��-
��mSZTli liorcbu. tbe   ��!��rSr��) 1Mb M���eb, IM.   Orbit from j ,������,,, ������e mile ea.t   of T. U S����4
, .i-. f'rtfnmATH'lllE    av.    **
Notice  to Contractors.
Sealed  tenders  addressed    to    the
undersigned and    endorsed    "Tender
for construction of Hudson Bay Railway,"  will  be received at this office,
until  16  o'clock on Tuesday, the lst
August, for a section of about 185
es   from   Pas   Mission   to   Thicket
Portage.
Plans,   specifications   and   form   of
-  ' ���    ���-    bo
ESZiFT^D5T5o?5,u��?1..|WH.TB8U.B. umms* * w*
Take  notice   that  I,  James l
""'���"lnllO.1
Coast���liiKu   nut.,v
A. Forrester, of Saskatoon, Saskatche-j
wan, occupation broker,    Intends    to������
apply for permission to purchase the!
. iia*a lnnrin:  Commenc������'
Solicitors for Applicant.
Wanted
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
31, at the office of the Chief Engineer
of the Department of Railways
and Canals, Ottawa, and at the office
of the Chief Engineer of the Hudson
       ,   at   which
may  be  ob-
requlred
schedule pre-
the De-
schedule
contract.
to bear
,        not be con
sidered  unless  made strictly  in    accordance with the printed forms, and I
in the case of firms, unless there are
attached   the   actual   signature,    thei
nature  of the occupation,  and  place'
Stop the Leaks
inYourOoalBUI
tire a Gurney ^Oxford
range and save 20 per cent,
of your coal bill.
Thc " Chancellor" shown
here is thc finest steel range
made ty the well known
Gurney - Oxford Company.
There';; no better to be had
in the country. Made in
more styles and sizes than
any steel range cn thc market, with every late device
for economy axucl convenience.
Material is- the beat to be
had, inside and out. With
or without reservoir on
cither end. Guard on ash
door. Braced oven bottom.
Drop door on warming closet. Divided oven flue, to
insure even baking. Broiler top. Thermometer on
oven door if desired. Made
for coal or wood. Besides
these special feature;���
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
tbe undersigned and endorsed "Tender for Public Building, Cranbrook,
B. C," will be received until 4 p. m..
on Monday, June 12,1911, for the construction of a Public Building, Cranbrook, B. C.
Plans, specification and form of contract can be seen and forms of tender obtained at tbe offices of Mr. Win.
Henderson, Resident Architect, Victoria, B. C, at the post office, Cranbrook, and at this Department.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on tbe printed forms  supplied,
and signed  with their actual   signatures, stating their occupations   and
places of residence.    In the case of
| firms, the actual signature, the   na-
! ture of the occupation and place of
| residence of each member of the firm
i must be given.
!    Each tender must be accompanied
| by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank,  payable ' to  tbe order   of   the
j Honourable  the  Minister   of   Public
| Works, equal to ten per cent (10 p c.)
i of the amount of the   tender, which
will be forfeited if the person tender-
I ing decline to enter into a contract
| when called upon to do so, or fail to
| complete the work contracted for.   lf
[ the tender be not accepted tbe cheque
will be returned.
| The Department does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tenter.
By order,
R. C. DE8ROCHER8,
Secretary.
Department ot Public  Works, Otr
tawa. May 13, 1911.
(Newspapers will not be paid tor
i this advertisement it they insert it
'.without authority from the Depart-
\ ment).
^CANADIAN PACIfIC
RAILWAY CO.
Change in Time
I/Sunday, June 4
li
\ principal and other teachers for I ""LUIC_ ">   *--���--   ������-        , .
���,__i������, ������,, ���tv,0,.tof residence of each member of   the
following a-S^JSltt "rtq Re north half of lot 84, Mo*JB." ��Jj| ^Y^'hooTr a principal and otherl-  ������.
    ,_ I      ,...,���,������   nr  mt   .��).   gioup ^, thejteacherg (or the Girls- Public achool. j n���n accepted bank cheaue for    tho
lng at a  post p.....���  _.  .
west  corner  of  the Green Point  Indian reserve, thence west 40 chains,
thence  north  80  cbalns, thence  east
40 chains, tlience "   ""    "1
division   of   lot   30,    group   2,
Boundary   Ray,   map   IIS
district, of New Westmlnstei.
..   an    chains'     Whereas  proof  of  the  loss  of  ce
south 80    chains,, jBtw��i ^ ^^ 9410F   ,���uen ( w
Arthur   tie    Rrissac
ln the name of
ven. has been ...��� ���--       .    ,   ,,
Notice is hereby given that     ahaU
B^ne Kerlin, Agent [Owen, has been fed In this_office.
ivouce    m    **.**-"j    r>---- r���ra;*\^^mt
at tbe expiration of one month fiom t���
��,e date of the first publication here- I
4    ��K 820 acres more or less.
���^"jftraADAM FORESTER,
Boone K"*""
Dated April 19th, 1911
"NBW  WESTMINSTER ~ LANDi    DIS-1 the -��^"^parer published In
SyCfo"kpirmis��s!on0to"urchase the  made to me in writing. ^
following  described  lands: , trlct Rej,|strar of Titles.,
Commencing at a W*jg*��*& on R Office,    New Weat-
t,,e t\l 'of the 'JfibSS    Trail,  minster, B. C, May 9, 1011.
west Bl,leo��r A cha!ns, thence south' 	
STaintVenc?%t 40 chains
���home north 40 chains to ro.nt of
commencement, containing 160 acres
T   FITZGERALD  SARGENT,
R. FitzGerald Sargent, Agent.
this city.    State age and experience. ""  "^y.��;  ",,             .   -         ,,
Send   testimonials   With   applications, s>,m ��{ $^00,000.00 made payable    to
hieh will be received until June 22. the order of the Minister of Railways
r*   t T-,v,�����T,   r,       , and Canals must accompany each ten-
It. LENNIE, Secretary. (,er   whlch  sum  wlu  be  forfeited lf
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
TH* DAILY NEWS.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Offlce, Front 8t., Foot of Sixth.
I
I
J
Uci ,      ,. *.m~    ,-
the party tendering declines entering
into contract for the work, at the.
rates stated in the offer submitted. |
The cheques thus sent in will be
returned to the respective contractors
whose tenders are not accepted.
The cheque of the successful tenderer will be held as security, or part
security, for the due fulfilment ot tho
contract to be entered into.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
By order,
L. K. JONES,
Secretary.
Department of Railways and Canals,
Ottawa, May 26, 1911.
(Newspapers   inserting  this  advertisement  without authority from the
Department will not be paid for it.)    I
VThe OXFORD V
ECONOMIZER^
-ill Ires T��r fire tfoiotf tt lowrst pouible
coal Ur tin11. Hill save al leas! 29 a*r ceat.
ol lhe coil yoa now use sad toiil lake ��11
:oofciatf odora tp ibe thtatary.
You'll ��avo mone; every day yon.
,isn ft QUrnoy-Oafford. And alwayv fet
more satltfactor^ rotulta from your
cooking,
Let m tton^ottfaio to ycu thi1
Eoonomli t," ��Md tho other Quenoy-
Oxfonl pohita of eupcriotitv. Beo bow
Perfect it roik! ranfiEO cam hi\ Wo *iil
also show >mii other (ivirnpy-Oxfortl
stoves antl rarkces f;ir every purpose ***nt\
for anv kind of fuel. On d'spluy on
our floon* all the time.
Clet nequninted with the best
known, best liked stoves and runges in
all Omadii. And do >t aow���for tbe good
of your pockotbook.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.2
681  Columbia Street.
-jggam~*im_
Local to Mission will leave at 5:40.
Toronto Express will leave at 9:10.
Moose Jaw, Calgary, St. Paul will
leave at lt:3S.
Local to Agassiz will leave at 18:10.
Imperial Limited to Montreal wiil
leave at 19:40.
Local to Westminster Junction and
Vancouver will leave at 21:05.
H. W. BRODIE, ED. GOULET,
Gen. Pass. Agent,       Local Agent,
Vancouver.     New Westminster.
r CANADIAN PACIFIC
igp B.C. Coast Service
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
1:00 p. m  Daily
TO SEATTLE.
11:30 p. m  Dally
10 a. m. Daily via Victoria
TO NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Daily except Sunday
TO  UNION  AND COMOX.
9:00 a.m Thursday and Saturday
TO PRINCE RUPERT AND ALASKA
11 p.m. May 6, 16, 27,. April 4, 15, 25
TO QUEEN CHARLOTTE ISLANDS.
11:00 p.  m	
WESTMINSTER TO CHILLIWACK.
SS. Beaver.
8 a.m Monday, Wednesday, Friday
CHILLIWACK TO WESTMINSTER.
7 a.m���Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
For Other Sailings and Rates Apply,
to ED. GOULET,
v    Agent, New Westminster.
"fl" H. W. BRODIE,
G. P. A.. Vancouver. THE DAILY NEWS.
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THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1911.
il
Do you
wntto
vmg I
We have
Hammocks
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
City News
Store Closes
at 5 o'dock.
Saturday, 9.30
TOTJi.SMI
w^ i
i l*, t /vr i'r Ezc5~\
Store Closes
at 5 o'dock.
Saturday, 9.30
\4
erc��r   H
Mrs.    Henry    L.    Edmonds,   Fifth
street, TflH'not receive this afternoon.
Typewriter for sale, $10.
Todd's music store.
Apply J.
The Ladles' Aid ot the Reformed I
Mrs. W. A. Duncan, 801. Queens
avenue, wlll not receive this afternoon nor again untll the autumn
The  Coquitlam  land  case,  Merc
vs.   McQuarrie,  in  which  local' men
are Involved,'was not completed yes- ,*.*.,, i
terday in the supreme court at Van,  Episcopal church held a very succesa-
couver   before   Mr.  Justice   Clement.  ��� ��oclal>'e��ter,^ at-'he ,r��B^euc;
of Mrs. W. R. Gilley, Fourth stieet.
The death has taken place at   the |
Plione! R��yal  Columbian hospital of    Henry
��� ���    I Brown, of Chilliwack, who has been
under treatment for some time for
Tonight the regular meeting of the  serious bums received in an accident.
board of school trustees will be held      ,.,.', ,     .
in the offices on Sixth street at eight I     Halrdnfsslng,   manicuring,   massag
o'clock, when business of more than  �����>��.: roo^i 5 Market block
ordinary importance will    be    trans-
as had been anticipated.
For spring plants and cut flowers I
I phone Davles and Sun, llo. lsts
I 8U7.
ter's.   Phone 870.
over Hun-
���*
When the
Fire Bell Rings
Your first thought "Is that my home
on fire." Why worry; take out a pol
Icy in one of the quick settlement
companies which  I  represent.
A. W. McLeod
INSURANCE
Agents for
KODAKS and1
SUPPLIES
EASTMAN
List Prices
, acted.
Will the party who took a package
of sewing machine needles and writing paper from Vancouver car on Wed
nesday evening kindly return same to
J. H. Todd's music store. ���*
The R. A. & I. society has issued
the annual premium list for 1911. The
exhibition runs from October 3 to 7,
and entries close on September 23.
Embodied with the catalogue ls the
list of details for the first horse
show. *'���
The practical pianoforte examinations in connection with the Royal
Academy of Music, of London, England, will be held ln this city on June
9 at 9 a. m., in the Parish room of St.
Patrick's  Hall,  Agnes  street.      ���*
The necessary sum is at length I
forthcoming for the despatch of the
Greenwood boy to Rochester, N. Y.,
for treatment, and Immediate action
will be taken. The total, including
$100 each from the city and Burnaby
councils, reached $514.
The engagement ls announced of
Charles Tyner, second son of the lato
Rev. Charles Tyner, Killarney, Ireland, to Miss Winifred Batchelor,
eldest daughter of the late James
Batchelor, of Dunstable, Bedford, England.   The groom ls well known here.
A fire in the west end of the city,
at the junction of Quebec and Twelfth
streets, necessitated .the attention of
the brigale yesterday. Nothing serious occurred, but as this district is
filled in wltb sawdust, and mill refuse, a conflagration might easily
arise.
The grading of Brunette roal,
which connects *he North and Pitt
river roads in Coquitlam rifilHicipaiity,
close to the et stern boundary of the
city, will be undertaken at once, the
municipality putting on gangs under
their engineer this week. One part
of the road is to be opened out to
the Blue Mountain road, the other is
to have a thoroughfare Opened to the
full width, forty feet.
For Rent���Waterfront���1 will rent
the property in N'ew Westminster,
known as the Crystal Glass Works,
wliich comprises 600 feet of water
fvontaue, 'Jf>0 feet wharfage, anl two
buildings 90x200 teet, with three flats.
One Su h.p. engine, one 7f> h.p. boiler
and elect lie motor, shafting, etc
Seven acres of land, bounded by th'.
Kraser river and the G. N. railway.
To the proi.er parties we will give a
lease, and will consider any reasonable offer. Apply to P, Peebles, C20
Columbia street. Xew Westminster.
Pbone 307. **
The Public
Supply Stores
We wish to introduce to you
Mack's
No-Rub
the latest in
laundry help
Using it,
your clothes require
no rubbing.
TRY A SAMPLE.
We are sole agents
for the product.
The Colonial Draperies and
Cretonnes at Saving Prices
We have just received direct from the American
makers another shipment of these beautiful Colonial
Draperies and Cretonnes. The patterns and colorings
are all extremely pleasing and this showing affords
wide choice, shown in light and medium shades in
Floral, Conventional and Paisley designs; widths of
draperies, 36 inches; Cretonnes, 28 inches. Special
priced 20c, 25c, 30c. and 35c. per yard.
The values we offer are exceptionally good, having
procured many of these at a clearing figure. Most of
them represent a price-saving of 25 per cent.
We invite you to see these New Draperies
Brocaded Linings
Half Priced
Twelve pieces fancy brocaded sateen linings; In
shales of sky, pink, Nile and myrtle; width 3<)
inches; Ideal cloth for dress linings; a special
offering of interest to dressmakers; regular values
40c.    Half price, per yard  20c
New Bungalow Nets
Our
showing of new curtain nets offers splendid
choice; all tho new things you will find shown in
Plain and fan y nets; values are unequalled. Price,
at ier yard    35c to $1.25
Coronation Decorations
Our advice would be buy your Coronation decorations early. A great mady leave Buch things to the
last moment, to find that lt is almost Impossible to get just what they would like. Now is the time.
Our stock of buntings, penants and flags offers wide selection.
Curtis Drug Store
Try us for Spectacles
Phone 43:   L. D. 71;   Res. 72.
New    Westminster,    B    C.
E. J. Bougben
Architect and Builder
See me about your new house.
HOMES FOR  SALE,
Room 5 Trapp Block.
Phones 715 and 537.
OFT TO FACE PERILS
IN LOVE OF SCIENCE
New York, June 7.���On a 7000-mile
journey Prof. Henry K. Crampton,
curator of the department of invertebrate zoology of the American Museum of National History, has started
with two companions. They are bound
for British Guiana and other points
in South America to make a biological study of the life of those countries. _ ��� ������   'j
Crompton's companions are Dr.
Prank K. Lutz and Roy W. Miner, assistant curators in the department of
zoology. The explorers first will visit
the Lesser Antilles and then go to
Dominica and Georgetown, Hritish,
Guiana. In Georgetown Indians will
join the party,
The members of the party are prepared to face possible attacks 'tv
mountain lions and jaguars. Ono feat
planned is to ascend Mount Horaima,
which is about 8000 feet high. It has
been scaled four times before, as far
as known.
This expedition Is the flrst of a
series planned by the American Museum, to continue over a period of
ten years. Dr. Crampton has mad ;
important trips for the museum, Including four voyages to the South Pacific seas.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
FOE A THOROUGH
Business Training
ATTEND
THE WESTMINSTER
MODERN BUSINESS
SCHOOL
610 Columbia St.
A. L. BOUCK, Principal.
Day Session the Entire Year.
SPRING
Medicines
Muir's   Sarsaparilla
Nadruco   Blood
Purifier
AT
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
GERMANY   EXPLORER   IS
KIDNAPPED  BY   BANDITS
Salonika, Turkey, June C���Kidnapped by Turkish bandits and held
for ransom In the fastnesses of Mount
Olympus. Thessaly, Professor Rlchter. a German explorer, in a letter re
ceived here today, Implores his
friends or the Turkish government to
pay the reward and secure his release. The bandits demand $76,000
ransom for their prisoner. The
Turkish troops, it is said, are strongly opposed to complying with the da-
mands of the outlaws.
Professor Rlchter Is one of the
most famous German archaeologists.
He was pursuing his investigations
along this line and was capture by
the Turkish bandits. i
Selected  Lots
A list of city lots selected to
meet the needs of those looking for a good building site
at a reasonable price
and on easy terms
mm
No Sailing June 12th and 19th to Prince Rupert.
No Sailing June 17th and 24th  to Victoria and Seattle.
Twin Screw Steamships.
"PRINCE RUPERT"
and "Prince George"
.tJAMlaVSl Sailing from Johnson's Wharf at
12  MIDNIGHT
For Stewart   Thursdays
For Prince Rupert  Mondays and Thursdays
For Victoria  and 8eattle   Tuesdays and Saturdays
Monday steamer connects for Port Simpson, Kincolith. Massett,
etc., and Thursday steamer for Skidegate, Queen Charlotte City, Jed-
way, etc.
Special excursion rates in tho East via the Grand Trunk System
double track route.
HARRY G. SMITH, City Pass, and Ticket Agent  Phone 7100
L. V. DRUCE, Commercial Agent (Freight) Phone 3060
527   Granville  Street,  Vancouver.
Tickets to and from Europe
(661)���Eighth Avenue, three
lots within flve minutes of
city car line; high anl dry;
$750 each; one-third cash.
(622)���Princess street .large lot
on north side of this street
for $700; one-third cash, balance to arrange.
(681)���Facing Moody square,
two lots almost cleared,
handy to both city and interurban car lines;  $000 each.
(680)���Sherbrooke street, close
to school site and park. Pi Ice
$550;  terms to arrange.
(682)���Fifth street, cleared lot
with lane at rear; $900;
terms one-third cash, balance
to arrange.
(651)���Princess street, medium
sized lot near Sixth street for
$750;   terms  to arrange.
(732)���First street and Seventh
avenue, three choice lots In
a rapidly Improving locality,
close to new school site;
$700 each; one-third cash,
balanci.' to arrange.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
IN THE
DAILY  NEW8
f J. Hart & Co., Ltd.
New Westminster
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA, CHILLIWACK, ALDERGROVE.
Championship Lacrosse
Westminster vs. Vancouver, at
Recreation Park, Vancouver
Saturday, June 10
Special Service from 1 p.m.
REDUCED FARE, Adult 50c; Children 25c.
On sale from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
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LIME JUICE LEMONADE
In bottles and cans at 25c
PRUIT SALINE, 50c.
AT
Ryall's Drug Store
EYE8 TESTED BY OPTICIAN.
'PHONE 67 WESTMINSTER TRUST BLOCK.
CALL AND 8EE THE LATEST IN TORIC BIFOCALS.
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